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The TV ratings for President Donald Trump's inauguration were good, but probably not as good as the new leader of the free world would like.
Duterte, who earlier decided to hold his inauguration in a simple ceremony in Malacanang instead of at Quirino Grandstand, wanted a separate oath-taking from Robredo to give her a chance to invite more guests.
On Tuesday, Chandy had more inaugurations and faced black flags at multiple locations.
armed forces have played a vital role in presidential inaugurations, and it's an honor to continue this important tradition of honoring our commander in chief," said Brig.
He says that while most inaugurations haven't changed dramatically, the Air Force's approach will be different this year.
Congressional interest in inauguration security may be based on various factors and determinates, including its roles in appropriating funds for inaugurations, oversight of law enforcement and first responder entities with inauguration security responsibilities, and hosting the swearing-in ceremony, as well as the heightened interest in post-9/11 security operations.
For a list of "'facts and firsts" on presidential inaugurations in the U.
And in the 54 inaugurations that followed Washington's near coronation, we can trace the country's shifting politics, changing circumstances and developing character.
Trump was to take the oath on a family bible, as well as a bible owned by Abraham Lincoln that President Barack Obama also used during both of his inaugurations.