Clintons arrive for Trump inauguration
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Defeated Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her family arrive at the U.S. Capitol for Trump's inauguration.
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The era of Donald Trump as president ends January 20 when Joe Biden is inaugurated. Democrats, however, are calling for Trump's swift removal by the 25th Amendment after the US Capitol siege. But is this feasible?
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Speaking to members of the National Guard on Capitol Hill, Vice President Mike Pence thanks them for their service, telling them "We're going to deliver to the American people a safe inauguration, we're going to swear in a new President, a new Vice President, we're going to move our nation forward."
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