Donald Trump became the President of the United States on Friday but has been slammed for his inauguration speech to the public.
In his speech President Trump spoke of how he was giving the power back to the American people as he swore to get the job done.
However his speech was heavily criticised by furious radio host George Galloway in an angry bash at the 45th President of the United States.
Speaking on talkRADIO, Mr Galloway exploded suggesting the speech was the worst inauguration speech ever, and that Mr Trump “murdered the English language”.
He said: “That was possibly the worst inauguration speech ever delivered from the steps of the capital and i’m not just talking about the vein glorious idiocy of much of the content.
George Galloway has been blasted for his first speech to the American people as President
“I’m talking about the murder of the English language that was watched across the globe by hundreds of millions of people.
“This man can scarcely string two sentences together. He scarcely ever completes a sentence and I don't know if he will complete his term of office.
“It was vulgar, brash, ugly all the things that we know already about Donald Trump and in that regard he is a marked contrast to his predecessor, all sharply suited, lean, handsome and as articulate indeed poetic as it’s possible for a president to be.”
President Trump was sworn in as the leader of America in front of an estimated 800,000 people which included former US President Barack Obama.
During his inauguration speech, the billionaire vowed to work for the people of America.
He said: "Today’s ceremony has very special meaning. We are not just transferring power from one party to another.
Donald Trump shaking hands with Barack Obama after his inauguration
Donald Trump becomes 45th U.S. PRESIDENT
Fri, January 20, 2017
The inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States will mark the commencement of the four-year term of Donald Trump as President and Mike Pence as Vice President. A public ceremony will be held on Friday, January 20, 2017, on the West Front of the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
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US President Donald Trump points to the stands as he walks with his wife Melania during the Inaugural Parade.
It was vulgar, brash, ugly all the things that we know already about Donald Trump
"We are transferring power from Washington DC and giving it back to you, the people.
"We will face challenges, we will confront hardships, but we will get the job done."
The angry radio host finished by admitting that despite his fury over the new President’s speech, he still thinks the American people made the right choice in electing him.
He said: “I can’t share the wallowing and nostalgia for the Obama presidency and I can’t for one second countenance that it would have been better for America and the world if Hillary Clinton had been elected instead.
“This was a contest between two evils, and the greater evil was sitting there in the audience, by the name of Hillary Rodham Clinton.”