01/20/2017 02:05 EST | Updated 01/20/2017 04:33 EST

Hillary Clinton's Deep Breath Before Ceremony Basically Sums Up Inauguration Day

"Hillary Clinton is a lot stronger than she'll ever get credit for."

Well, it happened. Donald Trump is officially the president of the United States.

The billionaire businessman took the oath of office during an inauguration ceremony in Washington, D.C. on Friday. It was a historic event his election campaign rival, Hillary Clinton, attended as a visitor.

Clinton, the first female U.S. presidential nominee of a major party, arrived at the Capitol Building venue with her husband, former president Bill Clinton.

The Clintons were waiting for an usher to signal them over to their positions when a CNN camera caught the former First Lady take a deep breath before watching Trump — who called her a “nasty woman” during the raucous election campaign — become the country's 45th president.

Watch the moment at 0:07 in the clip below:

Wearing all white in a nod to women’s suffrage, Clinton was praised for her stoicism.

The former Democratic presidential candidate reiterated that message herself, saying she will continue to support the peaceful transition of power.

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