This week on "Watters' World", Jesse Watters caught up with several House Democrats who boycotted President Trump's inauguration, including Rep. John Lewis, the Atlanta Democrat who called the Republican's election "not legitimate".

Approaching Houston Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Watters asked why she was absent from the festivities:

"I have a statement on record, thank you so very much," Jackson Lee said.

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As Watters introduced himself as a Fox News reporter to Rep. John Conyers of Michigan, the Detroiter kept walking toward an open elevator, "no, sir, not right now."

"I didn't boycott it, I just didn't go to it," Conyers said.

Rep. Jerrold Nadler of New York gave a similar answer when asked, "for the reasons I stated publicly; they're on the record."

Asked if he was being divisive, the Manhattan Democrat said that if anyone wanted to unite the country, they would not have voted for Trump.

Lewis told Watters he was late and couldn't speak with him as he walked with a quick gait down a hallway.

An aide obstructed Watters' cameraman as the Congressman continued toward his destination.

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