Examples of inauguration in a Sentence
the pomp and circumstance of a presidential inauguration
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After Trump’s January inauguration, the new application was posted and Baxter began putting together answers to the essay questions, gathering letters of recommendation and creating a professional policy memo.
The author, Mark Updegrove, interviewed the Bushes last year -- long before Trump's inauguration -- and found neither wanted to see the coarse, populist campaigner become president.
Spicer had been drawn into the White House's handling of the Flynn matter before the inauguration.
Around that time, Trump was having his inauguration.
Chrisette Michele is still having to defend her decision to sing at Donald Trump's inauguration earlier this year.
But three days before the inauguration, Kennedy’s secretary called to say that the president was uninviting them.
President Donald Trump said at a rally in Louisville, Ky., two months after his inauguration.
Trump's original travel ban, an executive order announced a week after his January inauguration, immediately triggered airport chaos and mass protests before being struck down in court.
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