Some House Democrats plan to boycott Trump’s inauguration on Friday, casting the Republican businessman as a threat to democracy.
Some House Democrats plan to boycott Trump’s inauguration on Friday, casting the Republican businessman as a threat to democracy. Patrick Semansky AP
Some House Democrats plan to boycott Trump’s inauguration on Friday, casting the Republican businessman as a threat to democracy. Patrick Semansky AP

This may be Congress’ largest boycott of a presidential inauguration in American history

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