From The Washington Post-
When Barack Obama was sworn in as president, churches near and far rented buses, piled congregants aboard and drove to Washington to see the nation’s 44th president take the oath of office.
The 45th president’s inauguration doesn’t seem to be nearly as popular a destination for a church bus trip.
Searching for a church group planning to attend the inauguration, The Washington Post asked plugged-in pastors, representatives of denominations large and small, and many others who work with churches nationwide. The National Association of Evangelicals — representing evangelical churchgoers, who voted heavily for Donald Trump — said it does not know of any church planning to attend.
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