Trump Inauguration Will Have Some Unexpected Guests

A lot has been made of who will and will not be attending the Trump Inauguration. It’s confirmed that the Trump inauguration will have some unexpected guests. Per the New York Post, Bill and Hillary Clinton will have a first row seat to see Trump sworn in as President of the United States.

Hillary Clinton will have a near-front-row seat to see Donald Trump sworn in as president of the United States.

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Clinton will attend the presidential inaugural ceremony later this month with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, according to New York magazine.

Hillary Clinton lost the presidential race to Trump in an upset victory that most political experts did not see coming.

It’s customary for ex-presidents to get invitations to the festivities, and the Clintons will be joined by President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, and President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn.

Former President George H.W. Bush is not expected to attend due to his health.

Trump Inauguration Will Have Some Unexpected Guests

Funny how things work out. Bill will be attending the inauguration, just not seeing who he had hoped being inaugurated. Do you find it strange that these people will be in attendance? These people will do anything to stay relevant it seems.




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