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  • From Eisenhower to Obama, Charlie Brotman's front-row seat to inaugural history

    Charlie Brotman, who served as the president's announcer at the inaugural parade from Eisenhower in 1957 to Obama in 2013, reflects on the last 15 inaugural parades and his role in welcoming the new presidents to The White House.

From Eisenhower to Obama, Charlie Brotman's front-row seat to inaugural history

Charlie Brotman, who served as the president's announcer at the inaugural parade from Eisenhower in 1957 to Obama in 2013, reflects on the last 15 inaugural parades and his role in welcoming the new presidents to The White House.
Alexa Ard and Ali Rizvi McClatchy