January 9, 2017
Washington, D.C. – (Trey Yingst – OAN Correspondent)
The Presidential Inaugural Committee (PIC) is hard at work in the nation’s capital, preparing for the inauguration of President elect Donald Trump.
PIC is headquartered just steps away from the National Mall, where 1 million people are expected to watch President elect Donald Trump be sworn in on January 20th.
The committee says this year things are going to be different in Washington.
In 2009, President Barack Obama attended 10 inaugural balls. Trump will attend three. There will also be a reduction in the length of the parade.
The Deputy Communications Director at the Presidential Inaugural Committee, Alex Stroman, says the President elect wants to focus on tradition and getting to work, rather than a celebrity filled event.
“You’re going to see from the moment he is sworn in, someone who is committed to getting to work,” Stroman said.
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