Kansas lawmakers attend inauguration

Many Kansans attended the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

Several of them shared their experiences on social media.

Rep. Roger Marshall (R-Kansas) sent Eyewitness News several pictures from his seat at the capitol.

He said the energy in Washington, D.C. was much like a college football game, with lots of cheers and chanting.

The congressman said he was awestruck by the crowd stretching from the capitol, all across the national mall.

Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell was also in attendance. He tweeted several pictures from the capital.

He went as part of a conference for mayors across the country. He said Donald Trump's message translates well to his job.

Senator Jerry moran shared this tweet saying, "The peaceful transition of power further reminds us of the strength of our democracy".

Congressman Kevin Yoder said it was an honor to be there.

Senator Pat Roberts thanked the police and armed forces in Washington for keeping everyone safe during today's ceremony and parade.

Rep. Roger Marshall (R-Kansas)