The Obama family goes to Washington

Monday, January 05, 2009

With the presidential inauguration just a few weeks away, the Obama family has moved to Washington, D.C., and the city is gearing up for the largest inauguration ever. Can the city handle the expected hundreds of thousands of inauguration goers? Nia Henderson, the White House correspondent for, joins us to let us know what we can expect from the inauguration.


Nia-Malika Henderson

Comments [1]

stephen Carb

Re Nia Henderson's report, y'know it could have been, y'know, a little shorter if she, y'know, hadn't used that phrase, y'know, that she used about 100 times in her, y'know, discourse on the subject of the Obama inauguration. Get literate, will you? Obama is bringing in an intelligent, articulate administration. Your reporters should, yknow, keep thqt in mind. Y'know?

Jan. 05 2009 08:09 AM

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