As history was unfolding with the Inauguration Day of Donald Trump, students in the American History class at Cardinal O'Hara High School had the chance to watch it while it happened.
These students were too young to vote in the election but followed the race very closely. They will also be casting their first presidential votes in 2020 when Trump's 4-year term as president is coming to an end.
7 Eyewitness News Reporter Ed Reilly joined them today to watch the inauguration and asked students what they thought about the ceremony and the Donald Trump presidency.
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