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President-elect Joe Biden has spoken volumes inside the US Capitol over more than four decades, but the weight of those words does not approach the magnitude of the message he will deliver on its steps during his inaugural address Wednesday.

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President Donald Trump, after tying former President Barack Obama in 2019, was named the most-admired man in Gallup's annual survey of Americans, ending Obama's 12-year run. Gallup asked, "What man that you have heard or read about, living today in any part of the world, do you admire most?" Here are the top 10 most-admired men:

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Angelos was 24 years old when he was sentenced in 2004 to 55 years in prison for bringing guns to marijuana deals, a sentence a federal judge was forced to impose because of mandatory minimum sentencing laws. He had no criminal record before he was convicted of selling $350 worth of marijuana to a police informant three times and prosecutors argued he was a gang member who carried a gun during two of those deals, though he was not accused of using or showing a weapon. The music producer was freed from prison in 2016. Utah Sen. Mike Lee petitioned former President Barack Obama to grant clemency to Angelos, as did the former federal judge who sentenced Angelos. Obama did not commute Angelos' sentence but the man was instead released from prison after receiving a sentence reduction in court.

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TRUMP: "Joe Biden did not get 80 million votes. ... I got 63 million votes four years ago and won quite handily in the Electoral College. ...We were hoping to get 68 (million) or so and we felt that was a path to an easy victory. I got 74 million votes."

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