After it became clear that Donald Trump had defeated Hillary Clinton to become the new president-elect, his transition team was quick to put together the inauguration ceremony. While Inauguration Day is a major event, it's becoming complex for Trump who is having a difficult time booking talent to appear.

Tomi talks

During the course of his entire campaign, the consensus among Hollywood and other celebrities was that Donald Trump was not the preferred candidate for president. While movie stars and singers tend to lean to the political left, Republicans haven't had much trouble getting their inauguration ceremonies filled with enough talent in the past.

With Trump being a celebrity himself, he tends to conflict with the typical narrative, though recent reports have noted that his transition team are in a bit of a jam. The most recent name to back out of performing for Trump is Andrea Bocelli, the popular Italian opera singer, who has decided to back out due to increased pressure on social media. This issue was discussed during the December 20 edition of "The O'Reilly Factor" on Fox News.

Joining Fox News host Bill O'Reilly was conservative firebrand and social media star Tomi Lahren.

The first topic on hand was the recent meeting between Donald Trump and hip hop star Kanye West, who was criticized on social media for taking a meeting with the new president-elect. "It's amazing that the unloving and intolerant left, their tolerance is really one-sided Bill, because they are pretty accepting when their narrative is pushed," Lahren said of the recent liberal backlash.

"That should be a moment that social justice warriors relish in because it's unity, that's what they want, but of course not because it's President Trump," Tomi Lahren said of the meeting.

Lahren continued, accusing liberals of intolerance by not wanting to engage with conservatives, stating, "they don't like that, they don't want theirs to be mixing with ours." Lahren didn't stop there and continued to blame the left for the lack of star power attending Trump's inauguration, while Bill O'Reilly called reported threats against performers as "un-American and unacceptable."

Moving forward

Inauguration Day is set for January 20, and on the short list to perform for Donald Trump are names that would not come as a surprise to those on the politically right.

Stars like Kid Rock and Ted Nugent have been reported, who are open supporters of the former host of "The Apprentice," though nothing has been confirmed as of press time.

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