The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

The elec­tion is in the rearview mir­ror. An in­au­gu­ra­tion of spec­tac­u­lar di­men­sions looms large on the horizon, how­ever, fast emerg­ing as a sym­bol of Pres­i­dent-elect Don­ald Trump, the man who has long as­pired to “make Amer­i­can great again.” Thomas J. Bar­rack, chair­man of the 58th Pres­i­den­tial In­au­gu­ral Com­mit­tee, sug­gests the tone of this main event is in­tended as “a unit­ing and ex­cit­ing in­au­gu­ral cel­e­brat­ing free­dom and democ­racy.” But it also will mir­ror the style and en­ergy of Mr. Trump, who typ­i­cally drew 15,000 peo­ple to his ral­lies, of­fer­ing one and all a larger-than-life ex­pe­ri­ence. Get ready for more of same.

“The com­mit­tee is hard at work ar­rang­ing world­class en­ter­tain­ment for the in­au­gu­ral cel­e­bra­tions,” says Mr. Bar­rack. “All con­firmed in­for­ma­tion will be made avail­able to the public by re­lease from the com­mit­tee.” Mr. Trump has al­ready set the pace. “This his­toric po­lit­i­cal cam­paign is now over. Now be­gins a great na­tional cam­paign to re­build our coun­try and to re­store the full prom­ise of Amer­ica for all of our peo­ple. It is time to re­store the bonds of trust be­tween cit­i­zens, be­cause when Amer­ica is uni­fied, there is noth­ing be­yond our reach, and I mean ab­so­lutely noth­ing,” says Mr. Trump.

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