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Trump Team to America: Let's Stand Together 'United and Excited'

Newsmax TV's "The Steve Malzberg Show"

By    |   Wednesday, 18 Jan 2017 01:55 PM

The senior adviser to the Trump-Pence presidential transition team appeared on Newsmax TV to extend an olive branch to Americans planning to protest Friday's inauguration in Washington, D.C.

"That's their decision, but we should be standing united and excited for the next four years, and eight years, of the Trump presidency . . . This president is excited to celebrate with the American people, to ring in this moment in America," Republican strategist Boris Epshteyn told "The Steve Malzberg Show."

Epshteyn said all are welcome to Thursday's "Make America Great Again Celebration" at the Lincoln Memorial.

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"All Americans need to do is just show up. You have Lee Greenwood, Three Doors Down, Toby Keith, and remarks by the president-elect to Americans here at the historic Lincoln Memorial."

And there is plenty of room for those who want to see Friday's inauguration in which Trump will be sworn in as the nation's 45th president, he said.

"The public should go to 58pic2017.org and that's where they can request tickets for the swearing in and the inaugural ball," Epshteyn told Malzberg. "The swearing in you can get a ticket, but also you can just show up. There's plenty of space."

"We're expecting huge record, record numbers but there's plenty of space. America should just come, be with us, unite with us and share the historic moment together."

He also said all of the the events will be held under the watchful eyes of the Secret Service, Department of Homeland Security and other agencies to ensure they are safe from disruptions and potential violence.

Epshteyn explained there will be fewer inaugural balls than in the past.

"There will be three inaugural balls instead of the 10 that Barack Obama attended in 2009," Epshteyn said. "Why three? Because this president is excited to celebrate with the American people, to ring in this moment in America but now it's time to get to work and that's what the focus is."

"The Freedom Ball and the Liberty Ball but then the ball that is to salute the armed services and first responders, EMTs, police, firemen and women around this country."

Performers will include Jackie Evancho, "a wonderful young talent singing the National Anthem," Epshteyn said.

"And we have the Mormon Tabernacle Choir — 'America's Choir' [as] dubbed by Ronald Reagan. This is their sixth inaugural. They'll be singing songs to uplift America."

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