Donald J. Trump Will Be Our 45th President

The quality of a marriage is not determined by the wedding.

Most presidential inaugurations are fancy ceremonies with lots of witnesses and speeches and stuff. Traditionally, the oath of office is given by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Afterward there are parades and parties and balls and concerts and lots of other whoop-de-doo.

But not always:

From the Presidential airplane, the new President telephoned Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, who advised that Mr. Johnson take the Presidential oath of office before the plane left Dallas. Federal Judge Sarah T. Hughes hastened to the plane to administer the oath. Members of the Presidential and Vice-Presidential parties filled the central compartment of the plane to witness the swearing in. At 2:38 p.m. CST, Lyndon Baines Johnson took the oath of office as the 36th President of the United States. Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Johnson stood at the side of the new President as he took the oath of office. Nine minutes later, the Presidential airplane departed for Washington, D.C.

Next Friday at noon eastern time Donald Trump will take the oath of office. Upon taking the oath he will be our 45th President. It doesn’t matter how many people watch him take the oath. It doesn’t matter who marches in his parade. It doesn’t matter who performs at his inaugural ball. His presidency will be just as legitimate as any of the 43 men who held the office before him.

When the history of Trump’s presidency is written many years from now, nobody will care about the guest list for his swearing-in ceremony.



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93 Responses to Donald J. Trump Will Be Our 45th President

  1. 4 DAYS
    20 HOURS
    13 MINUTES

  2. I’ll probably still be asleep, but even if I’m awake I’m not gonna watch more than the oath and Trump’s speech.

  3. foxyladi14 says:

    Not laughing any more. 😆

  4. helenk3 says:

    this is very long and needs to be watched when you have time. very interesting , makes you look around you and think

    • taw46 says:

      A nice article – we don’t need celebrities. They had nothing to do with this victory and they still don’t understand it.

  5. taw46 says:

    The lefties setting up the narrative.

    • elliesmom says:

      This is one of the things I’m glad my dad didn’t live to see. He was pretty tolerant for a guy his age, but a guy pitching make-up would have been a bridge too far. He could handle a guy wearing it, but a “spokes model” would have been disturbing. His response most likely would have been a lot of inappropriate laughter and hand gestures.

    • swanspirit says:

      I will never buy anything Maybelline.

  6. helenk3 says:

    he has to go. Neither Trump or the country will ever be able to trust him

    • dm says:

      I think he needs a mental health check…he is obviously suffering from Alzheimers. I can recall him informing the republicans “I won” and then sitting at their little pow wow in Baltimore with that classic stern look chin resting on his palm with the middle finger prominently displayed. Seems to me he was completely partisan.

      • swanspirit says:

        He is just an innocent victim of Republican meanie partisanship. Even though he was the smartest mostest wonderfullest POTUS , ever. He was just a naive youth filled with hope and change, and those mean old Republicans just wouldn’t cooperate. Even though he treated them like shit and was condescending as hell, it was their fault, not his.

    • AFVet says:

      Not buying it Barry.
      It would be best for you to just STFU.
      You were a ruthless bastard when you ran for the senate in Illinois.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Must be tough for Obama. Part of him is ecstatic that Hillary didn’t win. Part of him is pissed that Trump won. Part of him is upset that all of his legacy will be wiped from the record in months. But mostly, I don’t think he gives a rats ass about most of it. He was only in it for himself anyway.

    • jeffhas says:

      If you’re the leader, it’s your job to get people on your side to work with you. MANY Presidents have done it before – why couldn’t Obama? How could all these other Presidents be so much smarter and capable then the genius Obama?

      That statement McConnel made about making him a one term president didn’t get uttered until 2010. When he was elected in late 2008 and started governing EVERYONE was ready to help, if not for the basic good of the country and where we were at, because you were branded a racist if you disliked Obama in any way whatsoever… but then Obama was just a d*ck; a condescending, egotistical, know-everything D*CK ! So people began to distance themselves from him even though they were going to be vilified – THAT is how big a D*ck Obama is; politicians were willing to gamble their entire futures on being labeled a bigot and trashed in the media, etc…. and Obama couldn’t help himself, he became an even BIGGER D*CK by executive order.

      Thank god this f*cking nightmare is over…

      • kanaughty says:

        This just makes the case to me more that bill clinton was the actual genius because he was able to compromise and triangulate and make the senate and congress issues his own. I never thought any prez would be worse than carter, but barry is far worse, the worst. He has too much pride and didn’t do his job in compromising with the people’s branch of gov. We have said no to barry since 2010 by using our votes to elect repubs not dems, yet he was too humiliated to accept that eventhough he is the one who said elections have consequences. He had 6 years to compromise and come around to compromising but he didn’t. And also didn’t help that stupid people revoted for him in 2012, he thought that was proof of his choices, when really it was, we will give you another chance, but do right by us this time, listen to our votes in congress/senate. We are putting you in check.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      That is one thing I miss about having an office downtown. The rehearsals were always a lot of fun without the fuss. They all appeared to having a good time.

    • Dora says:

      Thanks Denise. That was fun to read. I’m not too crazy about watching a ‘departure ceremony’ for Barack Obama though. Can’t the man just go away?

  7. CiscoKid says:

    Delusional whack job propose’s back stabber as “interim president”.
    TREASON IS THE REASON’: Rosie O’Donnell proposes Sen. John McCain as ‘EMERGENCY INTERIM PRESIDENT’

  8. swanspirit says:

    Seems the buffoons are worried about the bikers protecting people on Inauguration Day. Can anyone really be this dense, when all of the violence is coming from the left?

    Irony implosion at buffoonery:
    Stan says:
    January 15, 2017 at 6:14 pm
    The predecessors to the Sturmabteilung (“brownshirts”) were the Freikorps of 1918-20 or so…..I feel very much like we are in that moment here. The Freikorps used to tell folks they had to commit violence in the streets in order to, you know, stop violence in the streets.

    I will be on that march Jan 21 with my wife & a couple of my (adult) children.

    The Inauguration takes place on the 20th.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I read where a few muslim groups are marching with them now (CAIR?) and thought, aren’t they anti-women ? What a mish-mash of contradictions.

      • Lulu says:

        What if CAIR grabs Code Pink “vagina” costume marchers and performs “mutilations” on the costumes? Of course in that Code Pink costume the mutilation part removed is the Code Pinker’s head sticking out. We could see some real beheadings.

      • elliesmom says:

        The current “feminist movement” is nothing but a mish-mash of contradictions. Sexually empowered sex objects, protecting sex-selected abortions, demanding independence but asking for play dough and huggy blankets, white men are evil, Muslim men are misunderstood. The list goes on and on

      • kanaughty says:

        I don’t get how this new wave of feminists are so blind to see that it is islam itself, the religion that is anti woman or woman as property with no rights except what the husband grants to them, it isn’t just radical islam. Same with gay rights leaders, islam itself is not your friend. How stupid and blind can one be. Real feminists should know better and be against the teachings of islam because they are anti woman and anti gay period.

  9. Dora says:

    Just what the world needs – another Soros!


    Soros’ Son Quietly Steps Up as Major Liberal Donor
    Alexander Soros gave $4.5 million to Democratic campaigns and committees in 2016

  10. DeniseVB says:

    Trump the Jobs President !

    • Lulu says:

      Some of this will start to go away when riot police are not so constrained under an Obama DOJ, they get their asses stomped, and then prosecuted as PAID rioters which should (but probably doesn’t) have an extra charge. Getting stepped on by a horse and then jail is not really worth 2500 bucks. It hurts too much.

  11. Dora says:

    He is really pissing them off. Hee Hee. 🙂


    “The incoming Trump administration is considering moving White House press briefings out of the West Wing to accommodate more than the “Washington media elite,” President-elect Donald Trump’s press secretary said.”

    …and the elite are not happy about it.

    “We object strenuously to any move that would shield the president and his advisers from the scrutiny of an on-site White House press corps.”

    • Lulu says:

      Hit them in the pocketbook! I’d make the media rent a room from GSA across town. They make money and get status from this crap. Dilute the “big” media with bloggers, vloggers, online news sites, foreign press, regional US media (maybe rotating for like 3 month stints), and allow only ONE person from each media source. Give them numbered paddles to hold up for permission to ask a question to stop all the hollering and whining like at a auction. If the media doesn’t like it they don’t have to be there. Except they all want to make money and have status. Act like adult ladies and gents or get the hell out.

    • Lulu says:

      “We object strenuously to any move that would shield the president and his advisers from the scrutiny of an on-site White House press corps.”
      Rationalizing picking the wrong side in a war gets you NOTHING. Shut up or you can all go sit in a cubicle and read tweets or the White House website like the rest of us deplorables. No one needs you any more. Get used to it. Your killed your business model.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      The change would not deny access but alter the status quo to better match changing times. It also would likely take away the perks they get hanging about the West Wing – so it hits the triple jackpot of id/ego/super ego as well as their pocketbooks.

  12. Dora says:

    The museum’s chief historian thinks the portrait references Rene Magritte. I’m not sure about that, but it’s cute. Don’t worry folks; it’s temporary. 🙂


    The National Portrait Gallery unveiled a ‘witty’ picture of Donald Trump

    • Lulu says:

      The background of the painting and pose is sort of Magrite. The facial expression is all Donald. It is an iconic photo portrait. I would call it witty and very sexy portrait of a very attractive man in his prime.

    • elliesmom says:

      I like the portrait a lot. I hope they leave it up.

      • CiscoKid says:

        More of a work of art than picture, imo.
        Reminds me a little of the picture on the neo-neocon blog.
        Did I mention after today it’s 3 and a wake up till President Trump?

  13. Dora says:

    I sure am. Ready, I mean. 🙂


  14. votermom says:

  15. Dora says:

    I don’t know where this is, but there are a few such flags still flying in my neighborhood. I love it. 🙂

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