Joe Biden, Kamala Harris arrive at US Capital to take oath

Joe Biden, Kamala Harris arrive at US Capital to take oath


President- elect Joseph R. Biden will take the oath of office alongwith vice- president elect Kamala Devi Harris in a scaled-back inauguration ceremony in Washington that has been largely stripped of its usual pomp and circumstance, due both to the coronavirus as well as security concerns following the January 6 assault on the US Capitol by Trump supporters.

Republican President Donald Trump left the White House on Wednesday with his wife Melania and went by helicopter to a sendoff event at Joint Air Force Base Andrews, where he promised supporters “we’ll be back in some form” and extolled his administration’s successes before flying off to Florida.

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Shortly after Trump finished his remarks, Biden left the presidential guest house in Washington on his way to church, where he was joined by Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell and House of Representatives Republican leader Kevin McCarthy.

Ex-Presidents Obama, Clinton, Bush arrive for Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony

All of the former US presidents attending President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration arrived at the US Capitol. George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, were first to arrive at the complex on Wednesday morning, several hours before Biden’s swearing-in ceremony. Barack and Michelle Obama and Bill and Hillary Clinton followed shortly thereafter, with each couple arriving in separate motorcades. The other living former president, 96-year-old Jimmy Carter, previously announced he would not attend Biden’s inauguration. Carter and his wife, 93-year-old Rosalynn Carter, have largely spent the coronavirus pandemic at their home in Plains, (Hindustan Times)


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