Speculations have abounded for days now following reports that the only former president who was planning to attend Donald Trump’s Inauguration Day was Democrat Jimmy Carter. This is despite the fact that Trump graciously invited every former president who is still living to witness the historic ceremony.
Now, at least one of those men has put the rumors that he may stay home to rest. On Tuesday, George W. Bush announced via Facebook:
President and Mrs. George W. Bush will attend the 58th Presidential Inauguration Ceremony on January 20, 2017, at the…
George H.W. Bush will not be in attendance, citing his advanced age as the reason he cannot travel.
According to Chicks on the Right, “…this is most definitely the spirit of Inauguration Day. Sure, the Bushes weren’t big supporters of Donald Trump during the election. But now that the election is over, everyone should put down their torches and pitchforks and celebrate a new chapter in American history. Give Trump the chance to be president and see what he does.”
Hillary Clinton and her philandering husband Bill will also be in attendance on January 20th, according to information provided to CNN by aides for both politicians. It should prove humbling for the 2016 Democratic nominee, who became the first woman to lose a presidential election when Trump enjoyed a landslide victory less than two months ago.
Despite the tensions which arose after Donald Trump was elected and have lasted the better part of two months, it appears that at least some politicians are beginning to see the light. Donald Trump has already done more for American prosperity than Barack Obama did in eight years, and he hasn’t even been inaugurated yet, so I think it’s about time for these people to put down their pitchforks.
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