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-- -- -- Now we've got a -- -- as we watch Vice President Cheney and vice president a lot.
Biden getting into that car that could be a slightly insisting -- even frosty.
Right I suspect they'll -- be on their best behavior but it was.
It was Joseph Biden who was said during the campaign that Dick Cheney -- was the most dangerous vice president we've ever had -- which is kind of a tough line to forget.
Well not only that you know it's also led to the Democrats in the senate literally pushing Biden out not allowing him to.
Be a member of the caucus and then and involved with the senate in the way the Dick Cheney I was a presence on Capitol Hill.
And here is one of many memorable photo ops will say the president the president elect.
Leaving the White House and heading to capitol.
-- To this moment.
The idea that in this country you can have political opponents men from different political parties.
Engaged in a peaceful transfer of power to the point where they've just had coffee in the blue room and they are now -- together look to the capital.
It's truly an amazing thing I think the rest of the world must wonder is it possible how do they do it given.
The level of animus that's been directed at President Bush given -- great deal of anxiety and concern.
What Obama's -- pres elect Obama's policies will be.
The fact that he's the first African American.
You know and and as you say that one this is a tradition that -- almost as history as.
As long as our.
As our union in fact presidents the tradition of residents -- together again and eighteen.
37 when Maarten van Buren and Andrew Jackson the president president elect rode together in a carriage.
That have been made of wood from the USS constitution old ironsides.
Is that the tradition -- part for a little while thereafter but in 1845.
Joined president elect James pole for the ride -- firmly establishing that tradition that the president and the president elect.
Drive up together to Capitol Hill.
And had so many events we're gonna see today.
Are steeped in the history of this country they have that have been developed.
Over the course of the last.
200 plus years that the whole history of our union got -- a little bit about this car that they're riding in.
Because it's quite it's part of this is -- brand new presidential limousine.
It's being called Cadillac one.
Some people that nickname for the -- -- the rolling bunker.
We're told that it's built on a a truck chassis.
It is five inch thick armor.
It Kevlar reinforced.
Tires that will run even with the -- if -- -- tires go flat and hermetically sealed in the case.
Of a chemical attacks on like that we would be fair to say that the president president elect to break it let's watch a little bit of this recession.
Here you can -- the presidential limousine heading out on to.
Pennsylvania Avenue just in front.
Hopefully in north portico of the White House this is the -- to be taking back.
About 230 this afternoon for the presidential.
Inaugural parade but here they are -- you can see a crowd is already formed.
-- -- -- -- Now if you're wondering they're taking actually a little surprised at the -- are taking -- going down east executive avenue because.
Between the east wing of the White House.
And the treasury building the White House is on your left if you're looking at that picture.
The treasury building on your right.
And then I'll head out on to Pennsylvania Avenue as it makes its majestic sweep and at the -- -- that you see the capitol building.
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