Below is the running stream of Fox News Insider's updates during Friday's presidential inauguration. The video above is the president's inaugural address in full.


The Obamas boarded a helicopter referred to as "Executive One" as they left Washington, D.C. The helicopter is no longer referred to as "Marine One" since it is carrying a former president.

The Obamas are set to head to California for vacation.


Singer Jackie Evancho performed a beautiful rendition of the national anthem Friday during Donald Trump's inauguration as 45th president of the United States.

The 16-year-old Pennsylvanian burst onto the scene at age 10 on "America's Got Talent."

After the performance, the camera focused on Trump, who could be seen saying, "Great job Jackie!"


In his inaugural address, President Donald Trump said this isn't just a transfer of power from one president to another or one party to another.

"We are transferring power from Washington, D.C., and giving it back to you, the people," Trump said to cheers.

Click here for more on the president's inaugural address.


Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.

Here he is taking the oath of office, administered by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts.


Mike Pence was just sworn in as the vice president of the United States.

He was sworn in by Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas.


President-elect Donald Trump just arrived on Capitol Hill, walking out to cheers from the crowd before he is sworn-in as the 45th president. 

He kissed his wife, Melania, and First Lady Michelle Obama, before greeting President Barack Obama. 


Incoming Vice President Mike Pence has descended the Capitol Hill steps in anticipation of his swearing-in ceremony, as well as that of President-elect Donald Trump.


Soon-to-be First Lady Melania Trump has arrived at Capitol Hill and joined her family.

She was greeted to a thunderous applause by the crowds gathered to witness the swearing-in ceremony of her husband.


We just saw the Trump family, including Donald Trump's children and their spouses descend the Capitol Hill steps to the inauguration stand. 

In less than an hour, Trump will take the oath of office as the 45th President of the United States. 

Trump's son, Eric, could be seen on camera looking out at the crowd and appeared to say, "this is unbelievable."

Also, it appears Hillary Clinton is sitting next to former President George W. Bush.


Just moments ago, President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump left the White House for Capitol Hill, where Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president.


President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton just arrived, along with former VP Dick Cheney and his wife, Lynne.

Watch the arrival:


Meantime, here are some images of the Trump supporters who have turned out, along with the protesters.


President George W. Bush and his wife Laura arrived moments ago at the inauguration celebration in Washington, D.C. 

The Bushes waved to the crowd and greeted some Capitol Police officers. Bush's father, President George H.W. Bush, is hospitalized in Houston.


Following the prayer service at St. John's Episcopal Church, the Trumps arrived at the White House where they were greeted by the Obamas and posed for a photo on the steps.

The Obamas are hosting the Trumps, Pences and their family members for a coffee and tea reception prior to the swearing-in ceremony and Trump's inaugural address.


President Barack Obama was seen leaving the Oval Office for the final time as president.

"Are you feeling nostalgic?" one reporter asked.

"Of course," Obama replied.

"Any final words for the American people?" another reporter asked.

"Thank you," the outgoing president said.

The Obamas are set to host the Trumps, Pences and their family members for tea before the swearing-in ceremony and Trump's inaugural address.


The motorcade carrying the Trump family arrived at St. John's Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., for a private prayer service kicking off a packed schedule of Inauguration Day events.

Donald Trump himself and his wife, Melania, led the future first family into the church.

The swearing-in ceremony is set for 11:30 a.m. ET, followed shortly after by Trump's inaugural address.


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