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[CNN] Coverage will begin with the private ceremony on Sunday, Jan. 20. Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper will be joined by John Berman, Kate Bolduan, Gloria Borger, Erin Burnett, Candy Crowley, John King, Don Lemon, Piers Morgan and Soledad O’Brien starting at 10am ET and leading up to a primetime special at 8pm. Inauguration eve special editions of Piers Morgan Tonight and Anderson Cooper 360 will follow.
On Jan. 21, Early Start With John Berman and Zoraida Sambolin and Starting Point With Soledad O’Brien begin CNN’s coverage at 5am ET. At 9am ET, Wolf Blitzer will be joined by John Berman, Kate Bolduan, Soledad O’Brien and Jessica Yellin, live from the U.S. Capitol West Front, while Anderson Cooper will be on the National Mall with Gloria Borger, David Gergen, John King, Brooke Baldwin and Don Lemon. HLN’s Robin Meade and Christi Paul will be reporting for both CNN and HLN from the National Mall.
On Monday, Candy Crowley will report from the inauguration ceremony platform. The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer will be live from 4pm-7pm from Lafayette Park, the location of the presidential viewing stands. From 7pm-10pm, Anderson Cooper, Piers Morgan and Erin Burnett will co-anchor special coverage. Cooper will be live from the Mall, while Morgan and Burnett will be live from inside the inaugural balls. At 10pm, Anderson Cooper 360 will broadcast live to wrap up the day’s events.
On Jan. 21 from 10:30am-1:30pm, CNN will offer unrestricted access to the network’s TV broadcast and inauguration programming via the CNN.com homepage and CNN’s apps for iPhone and iPad. Users can watch alternative inaugural festivities at CNN.com/live.
FLASHBACK: 2009 Obama Inauguration
Everyone deserves a second chance, right Ch. Justice Roberts? Fingers crossed…