Trump's inaugural crowd expected to be half of Obama's 2009 gathering


He might make for watchable TV, but when it comes to getting Americans off their couches, it looks like Donald Trump can’t quite pull Barack Obama-level crowds. 

President-elect Donald Trump’s inaugural crowd on Jan. 20 is expected to be half of what President Barack Obama’s was back in 2009, though Trump’s gathering should still be pretty big(ly).

Depending on which estimate you look at, the turnout for Trump is expected to be anywhere from 700,000-900,000, unless you’re counting protesters, in which case, the crowd may climb into seven figures.

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Source: Mashable

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