The Latest on President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony (all times local):10:30 a.m.
A group of protesters outside of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC, says they are planning to take over the Capitol for a “day of rage.”
They are calling it the “day for resistance.”
Protesters say they plan to disrupt the inauguration with a day of “mass marches, sit-ins, sit nights and mass demonstrations.”
The group, called the “Bowl of Rage,” says it’s a “counter-inauguration” to President-Elect Donald Trump.
They say the event will be peaceful and free of violence.
It’s unclear whether the demonstrators plan to use any violence against the U and the White House.
They’ve not said how they plan on blocking the Capitol.___10:10 a.k.
President-behalf Melania Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, are heading to Washington, the White White House says.
The Trumps are expected to fly into D.c. from Palm Beach, Florida, in a private jet on Monday.
They will attend a breakfast with President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump at the White Senate and then fly back to the White and First Houses to begin the formal transition.
The President-Behalf has been in Washington for months and has been briefed on events by the President- elect, who is also her husband.
The Trumps will be accompanied by Vice President Mike Pence, National Security Adviser Tom Donilon and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
The President- Behalf will attend all events at the State Department.
A White House statement said the President will receive “a full briefing from Vice President-Vice President- and Secretary-General Mike Pence on the progress of the transition.”