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The Joint Task Force Service Members Arrive at the Inauguration Parade
ABC News' Charli James talks with members of the Joint Task Force, made up of soldiers from different branches of the military.
Inauguration Attendees Express Excitement
ABC News' Maggie Rulli speaks with attendees of the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States.
A Look at Crowd Size and Security at Inauguration
ABC News' Maggie Rulli discusses crowd flow and security at inauguration with Amna Nawaz, Dan Harris and LZ Granderson.
Vice President-Elect Mike Pence Arrives at St. John's Church
Pence and his family arrive at church before the presidential inauguration ceremony.
Inside Rhode Island Family's Journey to Trump's Inauguration
The Silva family, of Coventry, Rhode Island, takes "GMA" along for their journey to Washington, D.C., to witness Donald Trump's inauguration.
Social Media During the Obama Years
It's a basic right to look at how social media has changed and really thrive during the Obama years since 2009 Twitter has grown from eighteen million users to 317. Million and FaceBook has gone from 115 million users to nearly two billion speaking of FaceBook this photo of president and mrs.
What Life Is Like Growing Up in the White House: Part 4
Steve Ford was 18 years old when President Richard Nixon resigned and his father, Gerald Ford became the president.
US Park Police Equestrian Team Gets Ready for Inauguration
ABC News' Charli James stops by the National Mall in Washington, D.C to chat with the riders.
Michelle Obama's Twitter Farewell: 'Being Your First Lady Has Been the Honor of a Lifetime'
With just hours remaining until Michelle Obama goes from being first lady to mere mortal, she took to her social media accounts Wednesday to bid adieu to her soon-to-be former life. "Being your First Lady has been the honor of a lifetime. From the bottom of my heart, thank you. -mo," the first lady
Inaugural Crowds Sure to Be Huge _ but How Huge?
Donald Trump says his inauguration will have "an unbelievable, perhaps record-setting turnout," but there will be no official tally