Trump’s Inaugural Balls Include One to Honor the Military and First Responders

B. Hussein would never have the decency or thoughtfulness to do this.  Trump is having 3 inaugural balls as opposed to Obama’s 10

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Via the Conservative Tribune.

President-elect Donald Trump’s Presidential Inaugural Committee released the schedule of events for inauguration week on Wednesday, and compared to President Barack Obama’s itinerary when he was first sworn in, Trump appeared to be more interested in working than celebrating.

The U.K. Daily Mail reported that Trump’s schedule included two official inaugural balls and a separate ball to celebrate military members and first responders. In 2009, the Obamas attended no fewer than 10 inaugural balls.

That’s quite a bit of partying, and, in retrospect, it set the mood for the rest of Obama’s presidency.

In Obama’s world, it was all about him.

Trump and Pence will be sworn in at the Capitol on Friday, Jan. 20, where they will participate in the parade down Pennsylvania Avenue. On Saturday, Jan. 21, Trump and Pence planned to attend a national prayer service at the Washington National Cathedral, which will conclude the celebration.

……It would seem that Trump simply doesn’t have time for that kind of partying, because he recognizes that there’s so much work to do, and he actually knows how to go about doing it.

It’s a shocking comparison, but one that isn’t too surprising after we’ve learned how little Obama likes to actually work.

I like the addition of the salute to the military and first responders.

The ‘Salute to Our Armed Forces Ball’ is a renamed version of the traditional ‘Commander in Chief Ball,’ in a name that makes the troops the real guests of honor.

……’This event will be a special tribute to our veterans, those currently serving, military families, first responders, and those who have given the ultimate sacrifice so that we may all live in freedom,’ according to an inaugural committee statement.

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