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Topic - Audrey Black-Tureaud
The crowds weren't as big as they were four years ago, but hundreds of thousands of enthusiastic spectators flocked to Washington for Monday's inauguration, where they braved chilly temperatures and heavy security to witness the ceremonial start of President Obama's second term.
"I've watched them on TV, but it's nothing like actually being here and seeing all the different kinds of people," said Audrey Black-Tureaud, 53, of West Palm Beach, Fla.
"I've watched them on TV, but it’s nothing like actually being here and seeing all the different kinds of people," said Audrey Black-Tureaud of Florida.