Jan. 20. Washington, DC. There are few protestors, at least near the Bradford family, but lines are massive in our nation’s capital to watch Donald Trump be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
NC Rep John Bradford is in Washington with his wife Shea and their children to see the historic transfer of power from Democrats to Republicans.
Bradford, who is in his second term in the NC House of Representatives, said lines for “reserved standing tickets” to view the Inauguration are three blocks long. Meanwhile, rain is falling on the Capitol building where the new president will be sworn in at noon today.
“People are chanting ‘Trump,'” Bradford says. Streets are blocked with trucks, security is apparent. There were snipers on the top of the Lincoln Memorial last night during the concert and fireworks, he says.
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