JACKSON, Miss.- Friday at promptly 11:30 a.m. at the White House in Washington D.C., Donald Trump will no longer just be the President-Elect, he will be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States of America.
After 26 debates, hundreds of press conferences, media interviews and public appearances; controversial Twitter posts, statements, and opinions, Donald Trump is on his way to take office.
He beat Democratic nominee Hilary Clinton in the Nov. 8th election of 2016 and on Friday, January 20th he will officially be the President.
Trump made appearances all over the U.S. and even stopped twice in the state of Mississippi where monumental relationships were formed with individuals like Nigel Farage, the point person for Britian’s Brexit.
Event planners estimate that 900,000 people will be in attendance at his inauguration on Friday, minus around 50 lawmakers who have said they will not take part in the ceremony.
Many Democrats are also boycotting the festivities.
But if you can’t make it to the ceremony you can catch it any major network Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS, and Supertalk Mississippi will also be receiving live coverage from Senator Joey Fillingane who will be at the White House in attendance.
To recap on Trump’s time in the Magnolia state click here: