Today, Donald J Trump will be sworn in as America’s 45th President. And yes. This is actually happening. If you want to watch history – pro or con – there are loads of options especially if you don’t have cable.
The next president will take the oath of office at 11:30 am EST, 8:30am PST, and 7:30 for those in Moscow. Coverage will begin much earlier than that, however. Prior to the swearing in, Trump and his family will attend a church service lead by pastor Robert Jeffress.
As a sidenote, Jeffress has called Mormonism a cult, said Islam promotes pedophilia, and calls Catholicism a “counterfeit religion”. See? We’re having fun already.
You can watch the event in real-time on basically every platform: YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and more. We also have links for those who still subscribe to cable, but may be on their mobile devices.
There are plenty of options for watching the inauguration ceremony on YouTube:
- NBC News has a livestream of the ceremony on YouTube. (see above)
- C-SPAN will have its own stream of the proceedings on YouTube.
- Telemundo will have a livestream in Spanish on YouTube.
You can also watch on a number of Facebook streams provided by major news networks
- PBS Newshour will also have a Facebook livestream.
- ABC News will have a livestream on Facebook.
- And Telemundo also has a Facebook livestream with coverage in Spanish.
- You can watch Fox News on your iPhone or iPad, and Android.
- You can use the Fox News mobile apps for Kindle Fire and Windows 10.
- Or you can watch using the Fox News app for Apple TV and Roku.
- You can watch CNN Go on your iPhone or iPad, Android, and Windows Phone.
- You can utilize the CNN mobile apps for Kindle Fire and Windows 10.
- Or you can watch using the CNN app for Apple TV and Roku.