Supporters Brave Chill to Witness Bush Inauguration An overwhelmingly supportive crowd, scattered with anti-Bush demonstrators, braved bitterly cold temperatures to witness President Bush take his second oath of office. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist, battling cancer and looking visibly frail, administered the oath on the Capitol steps. Hear NPR's Alex Chadwick and NPR's Mike Pesca.
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Supporters Brave Chill to Witness Bush Inauguration

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Supporters Brave Chill to Witness Bush Inauguration

Supporters Brave Chill to Witness Bush Inauguration

Supporters Brave Chill to Witness Bush Inauguration

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An overwhelmingly supportive crowd, scattered with anti-Bush demonstrators, braved bitterly cold temperatures to witness President Bush take his second oath of office. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist, battling cancer and looking visibly frail, administered the oath on the Capitol steps. Hear NPR's Alex Chadwick and NPR's Mike Pesca.