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In what amounts to a snub of presidential proportions, three of the four living ex-U.S. Presidents might not be going to Donald Trump’s Snug Trump.

So far, President Jimmy Carter is the only one who confirmed he will be attending.

President Bill Clinton got into a childish spat with Trump, blaming Hillary’s loss on James Comey, while Trump tweeted back that Hillary lost because she “focused on the wrong states.”


That childish back-and-forth has soured Bill Clinton enough – apparently – to skip the inauguration.

George H.W. Bush, who is 92, said he cannot attend due to his age and his son, George W. Bush, hasn’t decided if he’s attending or not. His spokesman, Freddy Ford, said he will make his decision after the new year.

Contrast that with Obama’s first inauguration in 2009, back then, all four living presidents, both Bushes, Carter and Bill Clinton, attended the inauguration.

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  1. I can understand why Bush Senior might not go but I am very disappointed in George W. I have supported him all through his presidency and before and after. However I have been very disappointed in him and his family recently I think he should go to the inauguration and be graceful and supportive of the new president. He should recognize that the people of the United States have spoken and he should hear them

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