POST-ELECTION PROCESS THROUGH INAUGURATION

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A look at the post-election period of presidential transition leading to the inauguration of the next president of the United States. For programming information and to view our extensive archive of streaming video, including many programs examining modern and historical elections, visit: www.c-span.org

President-elect Donald Trump delivered remarks to supporters in New York City after his victory in the 2016 presidential election.

President Obama promised a smooth transition to a Trump administration in January and announced that President-elect Trump would visit the White House the following day.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest responded to questions on President Obama’s meeting with President-elect Donald Trump.

Mack McLarty talked about the process of transition after an election, and the president-elect moving from the mindset of daily campaigning to one of governance.

In a joint session of Congress certificates were verified and electoral votes for president and vice president were counted from each state.

A clip of Joe Biden being sworn in as vice president of the United States.

President Obama was officially sworn-in by Chief Justice John Roberts on Sunday, January 20, 2013, in a private ceremony in the Blue Room of the White House.

The ceremonial swearing in and remarks from the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States.

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle danced at the Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center as Jennifer Hudson sang.

Following the public inauguration ceremony, President Obama reviewed the troops from the East Front of the U.S. Capitol before the official motorcade returned to the White House.

Following his inauguration ceremony, the official motorcade returned to the White House. President and Mrs. Obama left the vehicle to walk and greet the crowd along Pennsylvania Avenue.

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A look at the post-election period of presidential transition leading to the inauguration of the next president of the United States.

For programming information and to view our extensive archive of streaming video, including many programs examining modern and historical elections, visit: www.c-span.org

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