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Topic - Addie Whisenant
"Our goal is to make sure that we will meet the fundraising requirements for this civic event after the most-expensive presidential campaign in history," said Addie Whisenant, a spokesman for the inaugural committee.
Addie Whisenant, a spokeswoman for the committee, said tickets to official inaugural events may not be sold, resold or offered for resale in any manner "unless expressly authorized by the Presidential Inaugural Committee," adding that "tickets may be revoked at any time for any reason" at the committee's discretion.