For only the fifth time in American history, a president will not attend his successor’s inauguration. Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin says Donald Trump’s denigration of the ritual of peaceful transitions is “a real loss” that will have long-term implications. “Once the electorate has voted them out, what have politicians accomplished as they linger in office? And how was the term “lame duck” coined? Correspondent Mo Rocca looks at America’s time-honored practice of peaceably handing over the reins of presidential power.” — CBS Sunday Morning. The clip highlights the 1933 transition between Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. Roosevelt.