Joe Biden Announces Inauguration Theme

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Joe Biden has officially announced his inauguration theme for January 20th.

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Now, Joe Biden’s inauguration is just a week away.

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And for many, this is a moment that can’t come quick enough.

Biden has endured a long and tedious battle for his place in the White House…

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In 1987, he first decided to run for president but, after suffering from severe headaches during the campaign, he dropped out the following year. Doctors later discovered that he had 2 life-threatening brain aneurysms.

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Biden decided to run for president once again. However, despite his experience in the Senate, his campaign failed to gain momentum.

And saw him go head to head with the notorious President Donald Trump.

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Of course, the election couldn’t have fallen on a worse year, but it powered ahead despite some major setbacks – including Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis.

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After a tense few days of counting (and recounting) votes, it was confirmed that Joe Biden’s third run for president had been successful – everyone, meet the forty-sixth president of the United States.

Not only because Biden broke Barack Obama’s record for the most votes cast for a presidential candidate, but also because vice president-elect, Kamala Harris, will be the first-ever woman of color to be elected in office. Simply amazing.

Of course, President Donald Trump didn’t take to this news well, at all

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And after continuously claiming the entire election was “a fix” and that he was the actual winner, Trump recently declared that he won’t be attending Biden’s inauguration – something that didn’t come as a surprise to many.

And the president-elect, along with his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, has been celebrating along with the rest of the country.

​And now, Joe Biden has announced his inauguration theme…

America United!
“At a time of unprecedented crisis and deep divisions, America United reflects the beginning of a new national journey that restores the soul of America, brings the country together, and creates a path to a brighter future,” a statement from the transition team read.

In addition to the theme, 2 Inauguration Day events have also been announced…

In his first act as president, Biden will lay a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery.

He will be joined by first lady Jill Biden, Kamala Harris, and her husband, Doug Emhoff…

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As well as Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton.

Former first ladies Michelle Obama and Laura Bush…

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As well as Hillary Clinton, will also participate.

The inaugural committee also plans to install an art display on the National Mall.

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The “Field of Flags” will include 191,500 American flags, representing the Americans who couldn’t be at the celebration.

There’s even an option to become a “symbolic sponsor” of the flag display.

With all proceeds going to a group of nonprofit organizations decided by the committee.

“This inauguration marks a new chapter for the American people — one of healing, of unifying, of coming together, of an America united. It is time to turn the page on this era of division.”

“The inaugural activities will reflect our shared values and serve as a reminder that we are stronger together than we are apart, just as our motto ‘e pluribus unum’ reminds us — out of many, one,” Biden inauguration CEO Tony Allen said.

The ceremony will be scaled-down at the US Capitol…

Because of the continuing coronavirus pandemic and because of the riots.

NYPD sources said…

They are dispatching at least 200 officers to Washington, DC to help with the inauguration.

As well as this, the district is seeking the assistance of three-thousand officers…

​From departments across the country in preparation.
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