There are 240,000 tickets for the inauguration ceremony — and many more people who want to attend. Tickets are free, but if you aren't a member of Congress, you'll likely have to enter a lottery to get one. If someone has offered to sell you one, beware.
"There are no tickets yet, so anyone who claims they have a ticket to sell is lying," Carol Florman, Communications Director of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, tells Alex Cohen.
Lately, Florman has discovered that she is a very popular person.
"It is amazing how many people have managed to find me over the last two weeks," she says. In particular, "lots of ex-boyfriends are turning up."
What does she tell them?
"I say, wish I could help you, but I can't."
Even she isn't sure that her husband will get a ticket, she says.