DISGRACEFUL- Only Carter RSVP’d “YES” to Trump's Inauguration

by Amna El Tawil
Donald Trump’s inauguration is getting closer and the arrangements are under way. Trump’s administration has been contacting different singers to participate in the event, and the final “lineup” isn’t quite sure yet as some of them agreed while others declined. As per tradition, former presidents were also invited to this big day, but only one RSVP’d “YES”.

Democrat Jimmy Carter, 92, said he’s RSVP’d for Donald Trump’s inauguration, which is scheduled for January, 20. The former president who endorsed Hillary Clinton during the campaign season made the announcement at the start of teaching a Sunday school class in Plains, Georgia, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The most recent Republican president, George W. Bush, hasn’t publicly announced whether he will be present at the inauguration, whom he declined to endorse during the presidential campaign. In a statement to the media, Freddy Ford, Bush spokesperson, said: “We simply don’t discuss his schedule this far in advance.” His father, George H.W. Bush won’t attend the inauguration either and just like the son, Bush senior refused to vote for Trump.
Bill Clinton still hasn’t decided whether he will attend the inauguration or not. Although it’s not unusual for former presidents to skip the inauguration ceremony of their successor, it is important to mention that all four living presidents went to President Obama’s event in 2009, but father and son Bush didn’t go to the next one due to senior Bush’s poor health. Republican Gerald Ford, 91 missed George W. Bush’s second inauguration in 2005 for health reasons.
Now that inauguration is just around the corner, media choose to focus on celebrities who declined to attend the ceremony. In fact, it is disgraceful to give such an importance to celebrities and stars over the general public and people who did make a significant contribution to the society. Donald Trump took to his Twitter account to announce that he’s more interested in people, rather than famous persons.

The tweet “inspired”, Chrissy Teigen also known as one of the most notorious Twitter trolls to undermine the meaning of inauguration by tweeting the incoming president.