Donald Trump has thanked his supporters at a concert on the eve of his inauguration, and vowed to unify the country.
The two-hour concert - dubbed the Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration - was held outside Washington's Lincoln Memorial and featured country stars Lee Greenwood and Toby Keith as well as rock band 3 Doors Down.
The President-elect promised the crowd that he will "work so hard" to "bring our jobs back" and turn the country around.
He said: "We've going to unify our country... for all of our people, for everybody.
"We're going to bring our jobs back. We're not going to let other countries take our jobs any longer.
"We're going to something to our country that hasn't been done for many, many decades. It's going to change, I promise you."
To cheers he concluded by saying: "We are going to make America great again - and I'll add 'greater than ever before'."
All weekend it felt as though the new administration had a self-destruct button and was desperately searching for it.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer appears to be enraged that the press told the truth about the size of the Trump inauguration crowd.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer said the inauguration crowd had been 'the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period'.