Weeks of speculation on whether Hillary and Bill Clinton will attend President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration ended Tuesday.
Both the Democratic nominee and her former president husband have confirmed through representatives they will witness Trump take the oath of office at the U.S. Capitol Jan. 20.
Though former presidents have traditionally attended inaugurations, that hasn’t always been the case for unsuccessful candidates. GOP nominee Mitt Romney chose not to attend Obama’s second-term inauguration four years ago.
Former presidents Bill Clinton, Obama, George W. Bush and Jimmy Carter all plan to be in attendance. Because of health concerns, George H.W. Bush — the only other living president — will be absent.
As reported by UPI, many scheduled attendees have expressed reservations about seeing Trump take the reins. Several members of the Radio City Rockettes and Mormon Tabernacle Choir, both slated to perform at the inauguration, have expressed displeasure at the idea.