Ooooh, this is gonna make Donald Trump so angry... which means it's a good thing!!
And boy, are they ever!!
Well once again he's not a man of his word as he just LED A STANDING OVATION in honor of his former opponent — you know, the one who beat him by about 3 million votes — and her husband, President Bill Clinton at the Inaugural Luncheon on Friday.
We would LOVE to know what Hillz is thinking right about now!!!
Watch the moment Trump finally showed some respect for the Clintons (below)!
We doubt Hillary Clinton's going to be happy about this!
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That's right! As if Trump's inauguration couldn't get more awkward, his former election rival and her former President husband are attending, both their aids confirmed to CNN on Tuesday.
We can't imagine HRC will speak at Trump's swear-in, but we're sure she'd like to get in a few jabs about winning the popular vote by almost 3 million ballots.
However, the Clintons won't be the only former White House couple in attendance, as
The couple's reported move with their three children seems to confirm expectations that Kushner will serve as an adviser to the President-elect in some capacity — though his exact role has yet to be determined.
A week after Trump's election win, incoming Chief of Staff Reince Priebus told NBC that Kushner is "going to be very involved in decision-making" during his father-in-law's stint in the White House.
The 35-year-old was present with Trump during his first post-election victory White House visit and played a big hand throughout the billionaire's campaign.
However, Kushner's prospective senior position in the West Wing raises some legal red flags, and could potentially go against a decades-old federal anti-nepotism statute!
In 1967, congress passed an anti-nepotism law — largely believed to be a response to