Jimmy Carter is the only former president who has confirmed he will attend Donald Trump’s inauguration next month, according to a report.
From The Hill
George W. Bush’s spokesman told Politico that he would not decide whether he would attend Trump’s swearing-in until the New Year.
Meanwhile, his father, George H. W. Bush, has decided not to attend the inauguration, a spokesman told Politico, citing the 92-year-old former President’s age.
A source familiar with the Clintons’ planning said that Bill Clinton has not made a decision about whether to attend, according to the report.
Former president Carter announced he would attend the inauguration while teaching a Sunday school class in his hometown in Georgia earlier this month.
The president-elect’s Presidential Inaugural Committee has released a finalized schedule of events for next month’s event.
On Thursday, it was reported that the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, which has performed at five presidential inaugurations, will perform.
The Radio City Rockettes will also perform at the inauguration, a Trump adviser announced on CNN. The group performed at George W. Bush’s 2001 inauguration.