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Bill Clinton Didn't Look Too Happy During President Donald Trump's Inauguration Speech

21 January 2017
Bill Clinton Didn't Look Too Happy During President Donald Trump's Inauguration Speech

On Friday, Hillary Clinton arrived at arch-nemesis Donald Trump's inauguration looking fresh in a white pantsuit (not to be confused with a white power suit, like Steve Bannon is wearing).

Attendees at the lunch included the families of Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, members of both congressional parties and members of the new administration. Trump is saying in his first speech as president that "from this day forward, a new vision will govern our hand" and that "from this day forward it's going to be only America first".

Hillary appeared poised to say something to her husband, who she married in 1978 - was Bill closing his eyes for her? He also signed an executive order to "ease the burden of Obamacare", which would be more alarming if anyone actually knew what the hell it meant.

Hillary Clinton is standing in solidarity with the thousands of women marching to protest the man she lost the November election to.

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"I was very honored, very very honored, when I heard that President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Clinton was coming today, and I think it's appropriate to say", Trump said.

"To just literally see Donald Trump walk out the door with President Obama, get into his vehicle to go to his inauguration, and Hillary Clinton walking with her husband who was president, knowing she will never be at the very same time", Bash said.

Fox News interviewed "Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson at the event, who said, "I was happy to be a part of this early, but there's a lot of people on board now, that's for sure". Contrast that with some of his rhetoric during the campaign.

She was not rattled as chants of "lock her up" emanated from the crowd below the inauguration podium, and betrayed no emotion as Trump, who defeated her with an electoral college win, declared an end to the era of politicians who were "all talk and no action". The inaugural parade then starts at 2 pm. The president rode in his official vehicle for the first portion of the parade and stepped out in front of Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters along Pennsylvania Avenue.