- Donald Trump begins his inauguration day as the by attending a prayer service in church
- Trump will become the 45th president of United States
United States president-elect, Donald Trump on Friday, January 20 attended the first event of his inauguration day — a prayer service in a church.
Trump, his wife Melania and his adult children arrived at St. John’s Church near the White House for what was expected to be an hour-long service before he heads for morning tea with outgoing President Barack Obama.
The Obamas and the Trumps will then travel the 2.5 miles (four kilometers) down Pennsylvania Avenue to the swearing-in ceremony on the steps of the Capitol.
Meanwhile, less than 24 hours to the end of his tenure as the 44th President of United States, President Barack Obama has written an emotional farewell letter to the people of United States.
Although it’s customary for out-going presidents of US to leave a parting letter in the Oval office for the new president, Obama chose to write his first letter to Americans before writing a separate letter for President-elect Donald Trump.