KROC Provides Live Coverage of Trump Inauguration Speech
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama and his wife have welcomed the incoming president and first lady to the White House, two hours before Donald Trump will be sworn-in.
The Trumps began the day with a prayer service at St. John's Episcopal Church before their motorcade took them to the White House.
Moments earlier, Vice President Biden welcomed the incoming vice president, Mike Pence.
Obama this morning took a final stroll from the Oval Office through the Rose Garden as a sitting president. He was seen leaving papers on his desk in the Oval Office.
Obama told reporters he's feeling nostalgic on his final day as president. He says his final message to the American people is "thank you."
KROC AM will provide live coverage of the swearing in ceremony and inaugural speech, beginning at 11 a.m. The event will also be streamed on krocam.com.