FILE - This Jan. 20, 1997 file photo shows President Clinton gesturing while speaking during his inaugural speech after being sworn in for his second term, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Sixteen presidents before Barack Obama got a second chance at giving an inaugural address for the ages. Most didn’t make much of it. Abraham Lincoln is the grand exception. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds, File)

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FILE - This Jan. 20, 1997 file photo shows President Clinton gesturing while speaking during his inaugural speech after being sworn in for his second term, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Sixteen presidents before Barack Obama got a second chance at giving an inaugural address for the ages. Most didn’t make much of it. Abraham Lincoln is the grand exception.  (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds, File)
FILE - This Jan. 20, 1997 file photo shows President Clinton gesturing while speaking during his inaugural speech after being sworn in for his second term, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Sixteen presidents before Barack Obama got a second chance at giving an inaugural address for the ages. Most didn’t make much of it. Abraham Lincoln is the grand exception. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds, File)
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