Trump and Obama: An inauguration line-up comparison

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      Before following his dreams of chasing the Presidency, Donald Trump spent a decade sucking up to celebrities in Hollywood.

      Organizing lavish parties to worm his way into the upper echelons of pop culture, the reality TV star has been photographed with some of the world’s most influential people—only to find himself abandoned by A-, B-, and Z-list celebrities on the night of his inauguration.

      In case you needed any more proof that Donald is the least popular President in the last 40 years, take a look at the line-ups for Trump and Obama’s swearing in ceremonies.

      Team Trump

      3 Doors Down (Kryptonite)
      Toby Keith (Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue)
      Lee Greenwood (God Bless the USA)
      Jackie Evancho (America's Got Talent)
      Jon Voight (Angelina Jolie's dad)
      (Most of) The Radio City Rockettes
      Sam Moore (Sam and Dave)
      The Frontmen of Country
      The Piano Guys
      DJ Ravidrums
      High School Marching Bands

      Team Obama

      Denzel Washington
      Bruce Springsteen
      Laura Linney and Martin Luther King III
      Mary J. Blige
      Jamie Foxx and Steve Carell
      Bettye LaVette and Jon Bon Jovi
      Tom Hanks
      Marisa Tomei
      John Legend
      John Mellencamp
      Queen Latifah
      Josh Groban
      Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, D.C.
      Herbie Hancock,, and Sheryl Crow
      Tiger Woods
      Jack Black and Rosario Dawson
      Garth Brooks
      Ashley Judd and Forest Whitaker
      Usher, Stevie Wonder, and Shakira
      Samuel L. Jackson
      Pete Seeger

      We know which party we’d rather be at.

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