Scotland's papers: Trump's vow of 'people power'

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Donald Trump vowed to put "America first" as he set out a nationalist agenda after being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, according to The Scotsman.

The Daily Record leads with Donald Trump swearing the Presidential Oath on his Scottish mother's Bible along with the headline "God help America".

The Herald says the inauguration of Donald Trump, the first generation son of a Scottish emigrant, has turned the myth that anyone can be President of the United States into a reality.

The Scottish Daily Mail carries a picture of Donald Trump surrounded by his family and political allies as he signs his first orders.

Donald Trump vows to put America first and rebuild the nation "with American hands and American labour" as he completes the most extraordinary political ascent in US history, according to The Times.

The Scottish Daily Express and the Press and Journal both lead with Donald Trump vowing to hand back power to the people as he was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.

The Scottish Sun also carries a picture of Donald Trump's inauguration but leads with Olympic diver Tom Daley confessing to his partner of online dates with another man.

The Courier says "Seeing is believing" as President Trump is sworn in and also covers a man being jailed for child sex offences after being snared by two vigilantes.

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