How can you watch history, when Donald Trump takes the oath of office Friday during the 45th Presidential Inauguration?
Another twitter user @activist360 said: "Like a sleazy used vehicle salesman trying to sell a crappy auto, a desperate Trump is offering free Inauguration tickets".
Beginning Saturday, Trump tweeted, "Congressman John Lewis should spend more time on fixing and helping his district, which is in awful shape and falling apart (not to mention crime infested) rather than falsely complaining about the election results".
Trump has repeatedly bragged about how many people will attend his inauguration. Other recent parades have lasted up to four hours. But Minnesota GOP officials say at least 59 Minnesotans are traveling to the inauguration.
In addition to the inauguration itself, Tisdale plans to go to at least one ball during the weekend.
"I am very excited".
"I'm going to hold out hope that he can change his behaviors, the ones that frustrate and scare me, and really get to work for the American people", she said. If you want a ticket, you'll need to contact a senator or representative's office and ask for one. Rick Rice of St. Louis Park does not have that problem.
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But Trump will have fewer inaugural balls, a new announcer and a shorter inaugural parade.
We caught up with Rice as he was busy polishing his shoes before he and wife left for Washington.
We hear that! We LOVE the idea of more and more protests popping up and we can't wait to see what comes from all of it! The peaceful transfer of power Friday is important for the country, she added.
"We are going to have an unbelievable, perhaps record-setting turnout for the inauguration, and there will be plenty of movie and entertainment stars", he said, despite even a Bruce Springsteen cover band turning down the opportunity to perform.
But according to Trump, the polls are all wrong, and are "rigged", just like - he claimed - they were before the election, which is false.
"I've been to rallies here in London, but I've never been in a major march like this before", said Badillo, a fourth-year student at King's University College.