Former President Jimmy Carter, Rosalynn Carter, former President Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton and former President George W. Bush waited for the 58th Presidential Inauguration to begin in Janurary at the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
Former President Jimmy Carter, Rosalynn Carter, former President Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton and former President George W. Bush waited for the 58th Presidential Inauguration to begin in Janurary at the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Andrew Harnik Associated Press
Former President Jimmy Carter, Rosalynn Carter, former President Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton and former President George W. Bush waited for the 58th Presidential Inauguration to begin in Janurary at the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Andrew Harnik Associated Press

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