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Protesters in Washington D.C. at Trump's inauguration

As of mid-December, there were 20 requests for demonstration permits for Donald J. Trump's inauguration, including Bikers for Trump, and the "Women's March on Washington, scheduled for the day after inauguration day.[151] Supported by nearly 200 activist groups and organizations, and drawing an estimated three times as many participants as the inauguration,[127] the Women's March demonstrated on racial and gender equality, affordable healthcare, abortion rights and voting rights.[152]

Protests occurred during the inauguration ceremonies in Washington, D.C. The vast majority of protesters, several thousand in all, were peaceful.[153][154][155] "Disrupt J20 protesters linked arms at security checkpoints and attempted to shut them down.[156] A group of protesters, some "black-clad self-described "anarchists, engaged in sporadic acts of vandalism, "rioting, and violence.[155][157][158] At least 217 were arrested and six police officers sustained minor injuries, and at least one other person was injured.[154][155][159]

67 Democratic "U.S. Representatives declined to attend Trump's inauguration, citing "what they described as his alarming and divisive policies, foreign interference in his election and his criticism of civil rights icon "John Lewis, a congressman from Georgia".[160] Of the 67 boycotting, almost all came from "congressional districts won by "Hillary Clinton; many of these are "safe Democratic seats.[161][162]

Viewership[edit]

There were 16.63 million viewers of President Trump taking the oath of office and giving his inaugural address on the three major cable news networks Fox, CNN, and MSNBC. The number of viewers for President Obama in 2009 was more at 17.06 million and in 2013 less at 6.73 million. According to Nielsen data, there were 30.64 million people who viewed President Trump's inauguration on the 12 networks that covered it live. The number of viewers for President Obama's 2009 inauguration on the 18 networks that covered it live was more at 37.8 million. At Obama's 2013 inauguration, it was less at 20.55 million.[163]

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