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01/20/2017 09:22 am ET

Newspaper Front Pages Usher In Uncertainty Of New Trump Era

"We have no idea what this guy's gonna do," one cover reads.

Newspaper front pages across the U.S. and around the world used shots of President-elect Donald Trump arriving in Washington to portray the feeling of uncertainty that comes along with his inauguration on Friday.

“We have no idea what this guy’s gonna do,” The Guardian’s headline reads. Metro Boston used an illustration of Trump’s iconic yellow hair and replaced his face with a giant question mark.

Some papers threw in a hint of somberness. Colombia’s El Espectador, for example, went with “God save America” as its headline.

Check out some Friday papers from around the world:

The New York Times
Metro Boston
The Boston Globe
The Guardian
"And now begin four years of civil protest"
DeMorgen
"And now begin four years of civil protest"
Toronto Metro
"God save America"
El Espectador
"God save America"
"And so it beings!"
Liberation
"And so it beings!"
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