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Trump / Presidential Inauguration #1106510

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 20, 2017
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(Washington: David Muir) The inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump introduced; scenes shown of Trump leaving Blair House with wife Melania, greeting President & Michelle Obama for a photo. former President & Laura Bush, Hillary & Bill Clinton, Capitol Hill, the Trump family, the inaugural ceremony oath of office, the Obamas leaving, the parade. [TRUMP - says the people have borne the cost of Washington, the factories closed, poverty in the inner city, the crime, the drugs, the gangs, "this American carnage"; promises a new vision to govern "America First."] [Later, TRUMP - thanks the Clintons for coming.]

(Washington: Cecilia Vega) The Obamas' exit featured; scenes shown of Vice President Joe Biden on the train, the Obamas on the helicopter. [OBAMA  - says now we are private citizens; thanks everybody.] Images of the 2009 & 2017 inaugurations shown.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Vega, Cecilia
Duration:
00:09:50

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