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Chicagoans Share Their Hopes For Trump’s Inaugural Address

As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to be sworn into office Friday, WBEZ asked people in heart of the state’s Democratic stronghold -- downtown Chicago -- what they are hoping to hear during his inaugural address.

Diana Garcia

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“He could say, 'Just kidding about everything I did on my campaign … I’m really going to work close with Hillary.’ ”

Terrance Aranda

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“That he doesn’t want to take the job.”

Michael Radzilowsky

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“I have no expectations and I have no faith that he'll do what he says he’s going to do. I don’t have any expectations that his speech will be what he really wants to do.”

Fabian Camarena

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“At the end of the day, I want to hear him say, ‘I’m here to represent all Americans.’ ”

Jacqueline Green

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“I just want him to be fair.”

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