The talkshow host spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer on talkRADIO hours before Trump is sworn in as president
Bernie Sanders ran against Hillary Clinton to lead the Democratic Party in the US election, however today will see the inauguration of Donald Trump
Today Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th US president, his inauguration begins at 5pm (UK time) and the world will be watching
Piers Morgan believes the UK has far worse politicians than Donald Trump
Today is Donald Trump's inauguration, and of course, he's already been tweeting about his big day
A glittering galaxy of names have been lined up to analyse Mr Trump's formal installation in the White House tomorrow
Jon Holmes believes it’s important to find out about the world of showbiz news, so invited talkSPORT’s Reece to tell him all about it
The Purge movies detail an America where, for 12 hours, all forms of crime - murder, arson, rape - are legal
Human rights campaigner also says Donald Trump could be bad news for Britain
A Russian metal company has minted a sterling silver coin to commemorate Donald Trump's inauguration, with the slogan 'in Trump we trust'
Donald Trump held his first press conference since winning the presidency last week, however it was overshadowed by allegations made towards him
Duncan Smith told Sam Delaney that several pieces of legislation are already going through Congress to facilitate the trade deal
George Galloway discussed the imminent presidency of Donald Trump and the dossier about the President-elect which came out last week
Gove tells talkRADIO 'people should have a sense of humour' about his photo with Mr Trump and insists he is strictly neutral on the President-elect.
The President-elect has appeared to suggest European nationals could face tighter restrictions on travel to America in his interview with Michael Gove
The soon-to-be President has praised the UK as 'smart' for opting out of the EU, and savaged the German Chancellor for opening the doors to refugees
The former British Intelligence operative who allegedly compiled dossier about President-elect Donald Trump helped the FBI in their probe into Fifa officials
A dossier which included allegations against Donald Trump has been published online, however no one has confirmed any truth in the claims and Trump has dismissed the allegations
Dr Kristian Gustafson, deputy director of the Brunel Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies (BCISS), told Julia Hartley-Brewer Russia clearly wants to 'destabilise the west'
JT Williamson, host of The JT Show on SuperTalk Mississippi, says that the American people are fed up with political correctness...
Mr Trump's tweet was reckless and insensitive. He must do better as president
Godley told Iain about the video she has filmed taking the pee out of Donald Trump
Yesterday Donald Trump held a press conference, after a dossier including allegations about him was posted online
McAfee says that hacking is the modern-day equivalent of nuclear war 'and no-one has a bomb shelter'
Jon Holmes discussed a dossier which supposedly includes the alleged use of Russian prostitutes by Donald Trump
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has said that it's great to see Mark Carney eating his own words, after his announcement to MPs about Brexit's impact on the economy
Extract from dossier claims Russia's FSB security service has rendered encrypted message service unsafe to use
Jan Halper-Hayes, a member of Trump's transition team, says current situation is completely surreal
The President-elect had a press conference at Trump Tower yesterday (Wednesday), where he condemned the release of a dossier with strong allegations against him
In a tweet condemning intelligence services for supposedly leaking a dossier with strong allegations to the press, he compared the situation to Germany under the Nazi party
52-year-old Christopher Steele was named as having gathering the information in the file
The President-elect has been notoriously active on the social network
McAfee said the incoming US President is an idiot if he doesn't deny Russia's involvement
Buzzfeed has posted unverified documents online about the alleged behaviour of Donald Trump, and has been heavily criticised
Claims have been made that Russians are compiling a dossier of damaging information about Donald Trump
McAfee tells talkRADIO the hack was far too unsophisticated to have been organised by the Russian Government.
Jon Holmes opened his show today with an interesting discussion about claims that Russian is compiling a dossier of damaging information about Donald Trump
Trump said the claims are nothing more than fake news while Putin says allegations are aimed at damaging US-Russian relations
Barack Obama made his farewell speech yesterday, and called on Americans to defend their democracy and warned against the growth of 'cyncism and polarisation' in US politics
Brian Klaas, from the London School of Economics, said the claims that Russia has compromising information on the President-elect are massive
The President, in his final address, warned 'cyncism and polarisation' would take over politics if economic opportunities aren't made for everyone
'Oh pur-lease, he's never heard of you'
Rebecca Ferguson has also revealed she turned down the opportunity
Galloway says the idea that Russia should be impartial is simply nonsense
Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Bob Corker made the comments after meeting the Foreign Secretary in Washington
Twitter has been very interested in the remarks made by Meryl Streep about the US President-elect
The team of the Labour leader are reportedly ditching conventional management plans to turn around poll ratings
Efforts by Daryl Davis have resulted in more than 200 white supremacists leaving the group
George Galloway says it's "part and parcel of an hysteric talking down of Britain and the British economy in the wake of the Brexit vote".
Trump says Mexico will ultimately have to fund wall's construction
Donald Trump will be briefed on allegations that Russia may have interfered with the US Presidential election, even though he has previously expressed doubt over the claims
Alexander Nekrassov spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the ongoing accusations that the Russians interfered with last year's presidential election