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The Transition: Inauguration 2021 — things could get weird

Political Theater, Episode 164

Construction continues on Oct. 28 for the inaugural platform on the West Front on the Capitol.
Construction continues on Oct. 28 for the inaugural platform on the West Front on the Capitol. (Caroline Brehman/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Jim Bendat has literally written the book on our Inauguration Day traditions and history.

And one thing he is pretty confident of predicting: Between President Donald Trump’s propensity for antics and the ongoing pandemic, the Jan. 20 inauguration of Joe Biden is going to be one we’ll remember. He joins us on this special episode of the Political Theater podcast.

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