"To protest the fact that we're electing somebody who's completely incapable of respecting the Constitution of the United States". "I can't go to this inauguration because he continues to spew hatred, bigotry and prejudice", a democrat said.
"Trump has triggered a wave of protest and outrage across the country".
Broadway veteran Jennifer Holliday, who had agreed to sing in the interest of national unity, pulled out just a day after she was announced following a fan backlash. "It's something I feel strongly I want to do because I think women's rights need to be protected", Quiter said.
During the commentary, expert analysis will also be provided by Washington Correspondent Robert Moore while Martin Geissler and Juliet Bremner talk to Trump supporters. "I was three classes ahead of him in artillery school".
Friday's inauguration will be Tisdale's first. Trump took to Twitter to claim people are "pouring into Washington", which is, compared to Obama's inauguration, false. "I just felt this was going to be a historic event". The Department of Homeland Security is expecting more than one million people in the streets of Washington, including a record number of protesters.
According to the Presidential Inaugural Committee, Mr. Trump will stick with some long-standing traditions.
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Moreover, Tisdale said Trump would help Alaskans by protecting the oil industry. President Obama came into office with 84 percent approval.
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A few dozen Democrats have decided not to attend the inauguration, including Bay State Rep. Katherine Clark. Since the '70s, the former president and first lady have left the Capitol grounds by a helicopter, if weather permits.
"I am very excited".
Meanwhile, some of Trump's top cabinet picks are facing their own set of challenges. "People will look back on this and say, wow, he really did bring our country together". Vehicle companies and others, if they want to do business in our country, have to start making things here again.
She secured her tickets through Sen. She said she can not recall the country being so divisive. Lisa Murkowski, along with Rep. Don Young, provided tickets through a lottery system. Zacharakis said. Karen Quiter will be among the estimated 2,000 women, men and children expected at Saturday's Walnut Creek event.