Donald Trump’s inauguration: Live video of the ceremony and inaugural address

LIVE VIDEO: Donald Trump will take the oath about 12 p.m., a schedule that’s been in the Constitution since 1933. Soon after the oath, Trump will deliver his inaugural address


 

Donald Trump will take the oath of office to become the 45th President of the United States Friday. Video from Washington D.C. began at 11:05 a.m. ET Friday.

The events are scheduled to kick off at 11:16 with opening remarks from Senator Roy Blunt, chairman of the inaugural committee. Trump will take the oath at about noon, a schedule that’s been in the Constitution since 1933. After the oath, which Chief Justice John Roberts will administer the oath, Trump will deliver his inaugural address.

Jackie Evancho, of America’s Got Talent fame, is set to perform the national anthem at 12:18.

See the full program.

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We’re staking out a remote spot on the Canada-U.S. border, somewhere near Del Bonita, Alta., with a camera pointed toward the bustling border with Montana, where Americans are clamouring to escape the first hours of Donald Trump’s presidency.

The scene in Washington D.C.  on Donald Trump's inauguration day

The scene in Washington, D.C, on Friday. (Whitehouse.gov / Screengrab)



 

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