Idaho Students to see Trump Sworn in
Donald Trump officially takes office this Friday, and four stand-out students from The Gem State will be there to witness history.
Four students and two faculty members from the Idaho School For The Dead And Blind will be in Washington D.C. on Friday after they won a trip to the nation's capitol. The team entered an online contest, and say that supporters for the deaf and blind from around the country voted for the school and landed them third place.
One of the students said:
I didn't think we would ever have a chance since we are such a small school. It makes me feel excited that all of the people out there that support our school. I just want to say thank you.
The student also recognize the nation is divided when it comes to President-Elect Trump:
It is a little bit scary going to this because there are people who don't want it to happen. So it is sitting in the back of your head.