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why don't i just hire my own secret service? >> he hired some guys to dress up like secret service agents and they are about to execute a plan. >> hi. >> he's nervous. >> i was invited to the white house, and basically i had this idea like, on youtube where you do overnight challenges. you try and stay overnight. >> oh, okay, then. since it's a youtube challenge trend, you are cool. >> you real that staying over in the white house is a federal offense. >> yeah, brother, you can't do that. >> did you did take anything from the white house? did you remove anything from the property or the residence? >> i didn't move anything. i didn't talk to anyone. >> this poor kid is going to have a heart attack. >> sweat it out, son. sweat it out. you know what else is a youtube trend, prank videos like that? >> ask him if he has any ties with isis. >> do you have any ties with isis at all?
have you searched anything about isis or looked into that? we probably will need to take your computer. >> his -- he's in his head. >> i'm going to gitmo. >> his dad is like don't touch my son. is dad in on it? he is on it. >> get in the car. >> usually at this point, i would have -- that thing is real and palpable. >> he's pale. >> yo, bro, they got you too, cuz. >> it's fake. >> what! oh. >> logan better watch his back now. >> i love you, bro. i do. i love you. i love you, bro. >> thanks for watching,
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vargas. >> reporter: when the obamas leave at about 10:30 in the morning, the action begins. >> i had it laid out to the five minute detail. and what happened every five minutes. >> reporter: admiral steven was in charge of the move the last time it happened. eight years ago when president george w. bush's family moved out and barack obama moved in. >> it is intense to execute both of the moves. most of the time you don't find the new family coming in within five hours. >> reporter: moving trucks were both families occupy the sweeping driveway. >> you have one truck on the south lawn facing south and the other truck on the south lawn facing north ready to move in. the house still belongs to the sitting president until they step into that limo. >> reporter: as soon as the limo pulls away, the move begins. and it's no small task. the white house is a three story
132 room mansion. while the ground floor is open to the public, the first family occupies the second and third floors. with 16 bedrooms. 35 bathrooms. family rooms, and a private kitchen. it's about 20,000 square feet of living space which means the trumps will be downsizing from their 30,000 square foot penthouse in new york city. with all the precision and the preparations, ultimately he says moving day can be emotional. greeting barack obama held special significance for him. >> being the first african american chief usher, here i am having the opportunity to say welcome home, mr. president, to the first african american president. >> reporter: and he still remembers the feeling of saying good-bye to george and laura bush. >> i said farewell in the east
room. that wasn't a dry eye in the east room. you really get attached. they get attached to you. it does become family. >> and the obamas will be saying good-bye to their family at the white house a little later and will be tearing up as well. >> they don't get to start moving out until after 12:00 today. they have to rush. >> yes, they do. coming up, what's hitting the theaters this weekend after the inauguration. >> this morning we're checking out the big comeback film. you're watching "world news now."
world will be watching all that's taking place in d.c. on friday, a lot of people will be heading down the street to the cinema. >> let's go to hollywood. after a series of misfires, m. night shyamalan appears to have gotten his groove back. "split". a story about a split personality. >> i've never seen a case like this before. 23 identities live in kevin's body. did something happen? >> open the door.
>> there's a flower on the pillows. there's a flower in the bathroom like we're important. who is that? >> maybe she can help us. >> we're in here. >> we're in here. >> don't worry. he knows what you're here for. he's not allowed to touch you. he knows that. >> that's creepy looking. >> just the trailer for this gives me nightmares. >> the critics love it. one writes a first rate creep fest. this may scare you to death. that's right. and the split is m. night shyamalan gone wild. >> it's m. night shyamalan back. it's like sixth sens finally. >> that was a great movie. who knew there was a third chapter in the xxx franchise. vin diesel coming back to recover a sinister weapon known
as pandora's box. >> a device that controls every military satellite in the world has fallen into the hands of four dangerous guys. >> we need someone who can move like them. fight like them. it's time to be a patriot. >> there are no more patriots. just rebels and tyrants. >> which are you? >> i'm xxx. >> no. you said rebel or tyrant. that was not an option. it's been since 2002 that when the original came out. one says we've seen the stunts before done better but there's pleasure to be had even if it's of the guilty kind. and as another writes, vin diesel's action packed scenes make the movie worth every penny. >> so do his biceps. >> i want to go to his trainer.
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history can bestow is the title of peacemaker. this honor now beckens america. the chance to help lead the world at last out of the valley of turmoil and onto that high ground of peace that man has dreamed of since the dawn of civilization. >> those words from president richard nixon at his inaugural in 1969. >> and i'm fascinated by the photo of that woman with those glasses. nothing says 1969 like those glasses in the background. not the words but the imagery there. this morning we are looking at a few of president nixon's words in a letter written to donald trump nearly 30 years ago appearing to have predicted
what's taking place today in the nation's capitol. here's david wright. >> are you 40? >> reporter: 30 years ago donald trump was promoting his book, "the art of the deal". when this interview apparently made quite the impression prompting a former president to send trump a fan letter. dear donald, mrs. nixon said you were great on tv. she's an expert in politics and she said whenever you decide to run for office, you'll be a winner. signed, warm regards, richard nixon. what did they hear that they liked? trump spent a lot of time talking about how his dad taught him business and his mom taught him show business. >> i believe whatever i have in terms of the dra mat yik, i think i got it from my mother. >> reporter: skills he'll take with him along with that fan letter. trump plans to hang it in the
oval office. >> premonition there. >> yes, he did. he knew about that, and for those who are trying to figure out what was the donahue show, it was popular before oprah. thousands gathers for the preinaugural concert. >> the line ups was heavy on country music. some of my favorite with the day's biggest attraction toby keith playing several of his biggest hits including a rendition of "american soldier". and you could even see donald trump mouthing the songs. later today she's not even old enough to vote yet, but 16-year-old jackie evancho will sing the national anthem before president-elect is officially sworn in. abc news plans big coverage starting at 7:00 a.m.
it's inauguration day on "world news now," and the transition has begun. the trumps descend on d.c. a salute for lincoln. fireworks over the mall spelling out usa. overnight the president-elect and melania trump at a black tie dinner. >> we are going to make america great again. greater than ever before. >> now a historic day is about to unfold. the car ride to the capitol with only president obama, the oath of office with hillary clinton just steps away. we're looking back at inaugurations past and ahead to the first 100 days of the trump era. the nation gets a new president on this january 20th, 2017.
from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we do say good morning, everybody, on this friday, january 20th. i'm kendis gibson. >> a momentus occasion for the country. >> just about a year ago when we were getting ready for the caucuses in iowa donald trump is just hours away now from becoming the leader of the free world. >> here's a live look at the capitol. where trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the united states. he attended a. >> trump is keeping with tradition by spending his final night as president-elect at blair house, the president's guest house across the street from the white house. and then there's this photo that we saw this image, a poignant one from the west wing just outside the doors.
picture frames in the west wing area that once held photos of president obama now empty. abc's marci gonzalez has more on trump's busy day as a private citizen. >> reporter: a booming celebration on inauguration eve. ♪ >> reporter: just hours before taking the oath of office, president-elect donald trump at a black tie dinner and taking a verbal victory lap. >> there's never been a movement like this. >> reporter: outlining his optimism. >> we're going to unify our country. >> reporter: at his make america great again concert. trump arrived on a military plane holding a luncheon before joining mike pence laying a wreath at the tomb of the
unknowns. a solemn tradition ahead of the pageantry and the protests from clashes with police in d.c. to a more peaceful star studded demonstration in new york city. >> are you going to fight? are we going to have 100 days of resis stance? >> reporter: thousands saying they'll keep their opposition after trump moves into the white house. he spent the last night in the presidential guest house preparing for the inaugural address later today. thanks to marci gonzalez in today. apparently he penned the address himself. now, she mentioned that trump's luncheon at his new hotel on pennsylvania avenue. >> it was his second stop this week at the hotel which has become something of a hub of inaugural activity. you can see a flurry of activity outside the doors. reporters asked if it's appropriate for him to put such
a spotlight on his hotel. sean spicer dismissed the issue. >> the idea that he's going to his own hotel shouldn't be a shocker. it's a beautiful place. it's proud of it. >> reporter: >> the hotel could prove to be the first clash between his business interest and the presidency. there's a clause barring elected u.s. officials from deriving benefit from it. hillary clinton is somewhat low profile after the election. she will be there for the swearing in soceremony she hope would be her own. we learned she will be about five yards from trump as he takes the oath of office. >> once he becomes president, trump is expected to sign a series of executives starting as early as today. >> rick klein has more on what the new president is immediately facing as he tries to make good
on his signature promises. >> reporter: getting inaugurated is easy. governing is difficult. he is going to start with the campaign promises. look for him to deliver early and thoroughly on repealing and replacing obama care. and the border wall. that feeds to his second big priority. he has to watch his right. he needs to start giving on the conservative promises early. he needs to start reigning in the budget and deliver on a supreme court nominee that the right gets behind. that's how he solidifies his base. and then watch his left. president trump is going to try to reach out to democrats and pick them off for other priorities including a giant infrastructure package. he's going to enrage some in his party when he does it. that's part of what he's trying to achieve. there's people rooting for his failure. he's going to have to walk a tight rope in the first 100 days. >> needless to say, a lot on his
plate. remember to stay tuned to abc throughout the morning for coverage. >> our live coverage of the inauguration begins at 7:00 a.m. eastern time. >> we should note this is the end of an era as well. president obama making history in his final hours in the white house by commuting sentences for 339 nonviolent drug offenders. that brings the total number of clemencies to 1700. more than any president in the nation's history. he also set a one day record with the 330. he reduced sentences for hundreds of inmates including chelsea manning. the clemency was -- >> all chau poe gudman is now in new york. he'll appear in federal court today to face trafficking and other charges. the leader of what's described as the world's most powerful drug cartel arrived in new york under extremely tight security
after his extradition from mexico. jack riley who helped bring the case against guzman says this is a milestone for u.s. law enforcement. >> i was on the job for 32 years. this is the best day of my life. he's responsible for more deaths than elal qaeda or bin laden ev. this is a great day for the good guys on both sides of the border. >> guzman escaped twice. law enforcement officials say it won't happen in the u.s., he'll be watched around the clock. overseas the search for survivors of an avalanche in central city. the clock winds down. the avalanche flattened a four star mountain resort.
the research for survivors is hampered by heavy snowfall and concerns the building itself may collapse. at least two bodies recovered so far. four powerful earthquakes that hit wednesday may have triggered that avalanche. america sees a smooth transfer of power today, but in gambia, not so much. the long time leader who lost the election refusing to step down. the guy who won has taken the oath of office but from another country. now military troops from several countries have been sent in to remove the old leader who once said he could rule for a billion years. no matter what you think in this political season, it is fortunate we have that peaceful transition of power in the u.s. >> just wait. it's not midday yet. >> here's hoping. >> we'll keep this afternoon -- things international for this one. this is like the running of the bulls. it takes place in a small town in spain. >> all those people right there
are waiting for the devil to arrive. >> oh. >> youch. >> just so they can pelt him with turnips. >> how did he get this gig? what karma did he have to receive this torture in folklore said the devil was a cattle thief and villagers pelted them with turnips and eventually banished him from the village. whatever the legend, ouch. >> how do you get that job every year? >> i don't know. he seeps to be pretty resilient. >> he's like this is the last time i answer a craigslist ad. >> getting laughs from the background here. >> coming up, how will today's presidential inauguration of donald trump compare to those of his predecessor. >> we'll look at past inaugurations and look at profound words. >> and remember you can weigh in on facebook at wnnfans.com and twitter.
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shot of capitol hill just hours away from the inauguration of america's 45th president. >> it is a cool 38 degrees in the overnight hours in d.c. and the air in the nation's capital is clear. expect a washout later today after the swearing in of president-elect donald trump. we'll continue the coverage on that later. we want to turn our focus to
other things. the backlash over the new movie "a dog's purpose". >> the preview was cancelled after the video was released of a dog. >> time after time our furry four legged friends have stolen the show on the silver screen. >> toto, i feel a feeling we're not in kansas anymore. >> reporter: but the latest hollywood film is coming under fire. >> okay, ready? go. >> reporter: the soon to be released "a dog's purpose" being investigated after this video became public. in the video a german shepard appears to be struggling to stay out of a pool of rushing water. a handler seemingly trying to force the dog in. >> just got to throw him in. >> reporter: the dog then seems to go under water. before being rescued.
the response to the video swift. peta calling for a boycott to the film. american humane, an organization that ensures animal safety onset hiring an investigator to look into the matter and suspending the safety rep who worked on the film. and the actor who provides the voice for the dog in "a dog's purpose" saying i have reached out to ask for an explanation for the disturbing images. >> reporter: while the movie studio is not commenting, producers saying on the day of the shoot, the dog did not want to perform the stunt so the production team did not proceed with filming that shot. but the stunt seems to have been completed eventually. the production company telling tmz the dog is happy and healthy, but many questioning that troubling video. >> and amblin is conducting their own investigation.
coming up, inside the trump white house. this white house. one on one with ivanka trump and her role and how she's reacting to comments that she not melania will perform the duties usually performed by the first lady. >> first we're looking back at presidential tradition over the past several decades. you're watching "world news now."
and just hours away from president-elect donald trump's swearing in his campaign manager kellyanne conway says that mr. trump is ready to go with an inaugural speech that she describes as elegant, beautiful, and powerful. quite an endorsement. >> and roughly about 20 minutes long. how will it compare to the speeches of his predecessor? here is a look back.
>> this is the time to speak the truth and boldly. >> 44 americans have now taken the presidential oath. >> we meet again as upon a like moment four years ago. >> this is a solemn and momentous occasion. >> we make new beginnings. >> you are part of this day. you are part of the life of our great nation. >> the faith we hold belongs not to us alone but to the free of all the world. >> may we pursue the rights without self-righteousness. may we know unity without conformity. >> with god's help, the future of mankind will be assured. >> we cannot learn from one another until we stop shouting
at one another. until we speak quietly enough so that our words can be heard. >> if we succeed, it will not be because of what we have. but it will be because of what we are. >> we are a proudly idealistic nation. let no one confuse our idealism with weakness. >> it is time for us to realize that we are too great a nation to limit ourselves to small dreams. we have every right to dream heroic dreams. >> let it be said by our children's children that when we were tested we refused to let this journey end. we did not turn back or falter. and with eyes fixed on the horizon and god's eyes upon us,
we delivered it safely to future generations. >> the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. >> this is our summons to greatness. >> can we solve the problems confronting us? the answer is an emphatic yes. >> the great nation will endure. >> this is the journey we continue today. >> there is nothing wrong with america that cannot be cured by what is right with america. >> renewed in our strength, tested but not weary. we are ready for the greatest achievements in the history of freedom. >> and so, my fellow americans, ask not what your country can do for you. ask what you can do for your country. >> definitely great lines over the decades. >> profound words. i loved this. the shortest inaugural address
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this morning on "world news now," the inauguration of donald j. trump. >> i have a feeling it's going to be beautiful. >> the president-elect gearing up for the biggest day of his life. rain or shine. it will be beautiful. set to take the oath of office for the highest office in the land in front of nearly a million people in the nation's capital. we'll have a preview of the festivities and what's expected. and sharing it will be his family by his side. we'll hear from the trump children including daughter ivanka's response to rumors she'll be kicking her stepmother out of the first lady's office. >> i think it's an inappropriate observation. there's one first lady, and
she'll do remarkable things. plus how trump's sons plan to keep the family business going despite critics calling the move unethical. >> there have been plenty of unscripted moments at past inaugurations. we'll take a look back at the more colorful moments including which presidents have been visited by a king and a queen. u.s. presidents visited by a king and queen after their inaugural. the start of a new era begins on this january 20th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we say good morning to you on this inauguration day. a quick sense of the newspaper headlines here in new york. i'll tell you they have it all in sync, both of them. the new york daily news and the new york post saying don of a new day. that it is. the guy from jamaica estates in queens, new york, the businessman plans to step into the most powerful job in the world. >> trump will take the oath of
the office administered by the chief justice john roberts. last night he was clearly enjoying the music at a make america great again concert featuring toby keith and lee green wood. >> and mike pence choked up as he expressed appreciation at a preinaugural ball hosted by his home state of indiana, calling his transition from being governor bittersweet. and later trump posted about his win and mocked those who predicted he would lose. >> not only did we do great in the election. you remember we cannot get the 270. they were right. we got to 306. >> trump also praised his cabinet picks saying the country has never seen the likes of a team like his. it was a busy day for the president-elect and his family packed with entertainment. cecilia vega has more. >> reporter: donald trump with a
salute to one of the most revered presidents in american history and then a fist pump to the crowd. the president-elect's trip to washington starting off with what else? a tweet. the journey begins and i will be working and fighting very hard to make it a great journey for the american people. a ride and a flight. this time the united states of america emblazoned on the side. the trump family on board. theirs first stop his new hotel. congressional republicans gathered there to celebrate him. >> this is a gorgeous place. a total genius must have done this. >> reporter: it's trump's second visit to his washington hotel in just 24 hours. greeted by cheers. that new $200 million hotel just a few blocks from the white
house already the subject of controversy with questions swirling about trump's deep ties to his brand and family business. melania trump there offering rare remarks. >> it's great to be here, and thank you all for your support, and tomorrow starts the work ahead. a lot to take care of, and we'll make america great again. >> reporter: and then it was off to the inauguration's first order of business. a solemn wreath laying ceremony at arlington cemetery. after that time for celebration. then thousands of trump supporters gathering for a welcome concert. on the eve of his swearing in, give one word that describes how you're feeling about donald trump's presidency. >> excited and hopeful. >> reporter: but this country is divided. the number of house democrats
boycotting the inauguration is 64. >> protesters are vowing to disrupt the inauguration. even if it means getting arrested. >> thousands of antitrump protesters got off to an early start in washington d.c. some of them harassed trump supporters as they left a ball and police used tear gas to control the crowd. there was a star studded protest in new york city with robert de niro and alec baldwin rallying in rallying for the protection of a variety of rights. this morning president obama and the first lady will welcome to trumps to the white house. after a reception, the two men will travel to the capital together. a two-mile strip. i wonder what they'll discuss? >> maybe their favorite tie. >> then obamas will leave for a vacation in california. that's when things get started for trump and new vice president mike pence as they lead a parade from the capital to the white
house. straight past trump's new hotel in pennsylvania avenue. tonight they'll attend three inaugural balls. >> nothing will rain on the trump's parade, but rain in the forecast for washington. they are allowing collapsible umbrellas along the parade rout. and on the national mall. last night trump joked if it rains his hair might be a mess but at least people will realize it's real hair. >> but is it his real color? let's get the weather forecast details from justin povick. good morning. thanks. good morning to you as well. weather conditions for the presidential inauguration going to be unfortunately going downhill as we're going to be tracking showers. the rain arriving throughout the mid-morning continuing into the afternoon. notice the temperatures here. mild. no concern for frozen precipitation at all. but again it's going to be widespread here for the d.c.
metro, and there will be some backups on the roads. back to you. >> a lot of backups indeed. george w. bush says both of his parents are feeling better and he's thanking supporters for their love and prayers. >> the senior mr. bush is in stable condition. thairg considering re -- they're considering removing his breathing tube. mrs. bush saying she's feeling 1000% better. >> george w. bush is expected in d.c. today. and jimmy carter spotted heading to the inauguration. someone captured this photo of mr. carter walking up and down the aisles shaking hands. not sure if the former peanut farmer issues peanuts to the passengers. >> is that coach or first class? that's what i want to know. >> coach, we're told. >> stay tuned to abc throughout the morning. >> now to breaking news from australia. a man plowed his cars into
pedestrians this morning. unlike similar attacks in germany and france this is not being linked to terrorism. at least three people are dead and 20 more in melbourne where the australian open is underway. a suspect was taken into custody. el chapo guzman now in the hands of u.s. authorities and will appear in federal court today. he arrived in new york city last night on their extremely tight security and take ton a new york city lockup. the convicted leader of one of the world's most powerful drug cartels faces multiple charges including trafficking, money laundering and murder. a suspect in the death of an orlando police officer made his first appearance. he walked into court handcuffed with gauze on his eye to face charges in the death of his pregnant ex-girlfriend. he delivered a profanity laced
rant after declaring he'll remit himself. meanwhile authorities released video that appears to show officers kicking him as he surrenders. use of force is being investigated. lighter use or heavier news maybe. we started off in florida with a massive alligator. we're going to end with another one. >> we want to bookend the week. there he is. sunning himself on a bank right next to a tourist airboat. and then, chaos. oh, whoa. how did he get up there? >> i don't understand this at all. >> the gator jumping right into the boat. >> this is why i avoid bodies of water. he cleared one railing but got stuck on his way out of the boat. tried to wiggle out. eventually slithered back into the water. >> a witness said, quote, somehow we held our beers. well, that is the important -- >> thank goodness for that. >> that's the important part. >> that's a detail we couldn't have missed. >> they didn't hold their breakfast but they held their beers.
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start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. today another chapter of american history will be written as donald trump takes the oath of office. >> by his side will be his children who played a vital role in his white house victory. here's elizabeth vargas. >> reporter: they're about to ascend to the heights of power in washington d.c. the president-elect bringing with him the power couple, ivanka trump and jared kushner. ivanka dispelled speculation that she would be occupying the east wing office traditionally reserved for the first lady.
>> what about when people say she's going to be essentially the first lady. does it offend you? >> it's an inappropriate observation. there's one first lady. and she'll do remarkable things. >> reporter: we know donald trump's grown sons aren't making the move. they instead will be entrusted with running their father east vast business empire. guard against conflicts of interest. >> reporter: how does this work? you said you're in each other's office seven times a day. how are you going to pull the plug on that? >> my father has the biggest responsibility of any person in the planet. that's to run the united states of america. his focus is going to be running this country. >> reporter: and that reality along with the weight of its responsibility is something don junior believes may not yet have
fully sunk in for his father. >> do you think it will happen when he takes the oath? >> i imagine it will. i don't think anyone could be that cynical that it doesn't affect them. going around the country and seeing the people who have been either disaffected from politics but have been through so much to be able to go through it and see them and talk to them, it was just a culmination of incredible and moving experiences. >> elizabeth vargas there. hundreds of thousands of americans will be on hand to witness history in the making. >> there's more to the inauguration than just the pomp and circumstance. presidential inauguration fun facts straight ahead. stay with us. "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
the clock is ticking down to the zero hour when america swears in its 45th president of the united states. >> and for more than two centuries it's been a carefully planned event. no two inaugurations are ever alike. >> the eyes and ears of the entire world are directed to this impressive simple ceremony. true to the tradition of the democracy. >> it starts at the beginning. >> reporter: george washington's inaugural address was the shortest. almost twitter-esque. only 135 words.
william henry harrison's was nearly two hours. the longest. he refused to wear an overcoat and died a month later of pneumonia. cleveland gave his without a script. probably better to write things down. >> and so my fellow americans, ask not what your country can do for you. ask what you can do for your country. >> reporter: jefferson's was the first at the capitol. most presidents were then sworn in on the building's east side. reagan was on the west to get a better view of the mall. >> at the end of this open mall, are those shrines to the giants on whose shoulders we stand. >> reporter: james buchanan was the first captured in this fancy thing called a photograph. and in a photo four years later at lincoln's first inaugural, you can see the capitol dome still under construction. william mckinley's was the first
captured on motion picture cameras, and in 1925 coolidge, the first to be heard on the radio. it would be more than two decades later before truman is sworn in on television in 1949. and clinton's second inaugural, the first to be streamlined online. presidents are trend setters. john quincy adams and andrew jackson were the first to wear full length trousers instead of knee length ones. thankfully. kennedy was the last to wear a top hat. nancy reagan kept the hat thing in red and blue, but hillary clinton was the last first lady to dawn one. weather, major snow storms, the warmest was reagan's first, 55 degrees. the coldest was reagan's second, just 7 degrees. it's so cold it was held inside. it was also super bowl sunday, niners beat the dolphins. joe montana, mvp, but i digress.
george w. bush's was the first time a former president attended his son's inauguration. obama and johnson screwed up their oaths. obama got a do over. lincoln was the first to include african americans in his parade. dwight eisenhower was lassoed. the parties can get rowdy. andrew jackson's nearly destroyed the white house. he escaped out the back door. the clintons had an all time high of 14 inaugural balls including one featuring the king. but only the obamas had the queen. ♪ ♪ at last >> oh, yes, they did. what a beautiful moment that was. >> what a moment it was, indeed. you know what stock was from that package? president obama screwed up his own oath.
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to clear your head, medicine. not a bad day to be in washington d.c. this live picture of the capitol. about 38 degrees. temperatures will rise about 10 degrees by the time the swearing in takes place at midday. we'll wrap up this half hour with a look back at the week's top headlines. >> this morning as you can imagine, it's dominated by just one big story. here is our weekly friday rewind. >> what i think mr. trump has to understand is this is more than being about him. >> the world is watching now what mr. trump says. >> spontaneity is not something that protects national security interests. the implications town profound. >> i don't see the president-elect as a legitimate president. >> to use terms like this is not a legitimate president, that's just deeply disappointing in. >> do you agree that global warming is a hoax?
>> i do not, senator. >> donald trump is wrong? >> i don't believe climate change is a hoax. >> you can't say today that guns shouldn't be in schools? >> my heart bleeds and is broken for those families that have lost any individual due to gun violence. >> i look forward to working with you but also to you coming to connecticut and talking about the role of guns in schools. >> i'm talking about the debate between proficiency in growth. it surprises me you don't know this issue. >> can you assure this committee you will not cut one dollar from either medicare or medicaid? >> i believe the metric ought to be the care the patients are receiving? >> i take that as a no. >> i want to be there visible in the audience. i want to be there at every turn. i want him to see that i'm going to be an agent for change. >> i will not be going.
i cannot pretend that this is a normal transition of power. >> anywhere in the world, they say, there's never been a movement like this. we're going to make america great for all of our people. >> wherever this journey takes us, until we come back home again. know that our hearts will always be where the moon shines bright upon the wabash, and the fields -- >> and you can see the excitement is building there in washington d.c. we've been looking over all the world headlines this morning. >> it's fascinating? >> i want to show you this one here. you can see it really close. the european. it shows their version of mount rush mother with lincoln and washington covering their eyes and mouths as we go into this inauguration day. >> a little ominous tone here. you see donald trump. it says now
inauguration day in america. >> it's a movement that we've never seen any. where in the world. >> the celebrations already under way. a salute to the lincoln memorial. a fist pump to the crowd. a patriotic concert. ♪ ♪ proud to be an american where at least i know i'm free ♪ >> the black-tie dinner overnight where trump joked about his hair. >> if it really pour, that's okay because people will realize it's my real hair. >> fireworks illuminating the capitol sky spelling out u-s-a. >> the