On January 20, President-elect Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the Unites States after an historic upset in November, and only one former president has sent an RSVP.
Campaigns are often hard-fought and brutal, and after they end candidates often leave the past behind them and move on, but that doesn’t seem to be the case this time around. Only one former president has said they’re going to attend Trump’s historic inauguration, and he’s not related to anyone who ran in the election.
According to the Daily Caller, Jimmy Carter will be in attendance to say goodbye to the president that took over his position as the worst ever and welcome Trump to the elite club of presidents past and present. Bill Clinton told a source that he’s considering skipping the event after the Twitter battle he and Trump engaged in, which came after Slick Willie said that the president-elect only knows “how to get angry, white men to vote for him.”
Then there’s the Bush family, who are overprotective of “low energy” Jeb! The patriarch of the family is now 92 so his age is prohibiting him from attending the inauguration, and G.W. hasn’t decided yet if he’ll make an appearance.
The uncertainty over Trump’s inauguration comes after all four living presidents were in attendance to watch Obama be sworn in as the 44th president, which speaks volumes.