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Demure galas welcome the Trump era and fortify Washington’s established habits.
The bipartisan establishment celebrates the peaceful transfer of power, not Donald Trump.
Plans include a free concert on the Mall and 30,000 guests at the balls.
Two weeks and counting, there’s still a lot to do.
After a slow start, the city’s leading hotels are having no trouble with bookings for the January event.
The presidential inaugural committee launches its official website a month before the event.
The hotel-owning president-elect could break the tradition that Carter started in 1976.
The transfer of power bears a multimillion dollar price tag that’s split between taxpayers and private donors.
A $950 ounce of cognac, furs and more.
The former president was a surprise guest at the fundraising gala.