Joe Biden to take oath as President; Know everything about Inauguration Day

The time from presidential election to swearing in America is very special. This time is called Presidential Transition. During this time the newly elected President and Vice-President constitute one of their transition teams.

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New Delhi: Joe Biden will take the oath of office and secrecy at the US on January 20 at an official ceremony as the new president. This moment will be very special for America and the whole world. Biden’s presidential term as head of the world’s superpower will also begin on this day from noon.

Joe Biden to take oath as US President:

The time from presidential election to swearing in America is very special. This time is called Presidential Transition. During this time the newly elected President and Vice-President constitute one of their transition teams. Under this, prepares to start their work immediately after the inauguration. Currently, Biden and Kamala have already started it. He has also created a transition website.

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Kamala Harris will elect her team:

During this time the newly elected President and Vice-President elect their team. The team contacts federal agencies and prepares deadlines and budgets for work in the new system. They also help in preparation for the inauguration ceremony of the President. Kamala Harris will decide the names of her employees during the transition time. Her office is located in the White House’s West Wing.

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Oath ceremony aka Inauguration:

When someone is named as the newly elected President in the US, the ceremony officially held for his swearing in is called inauguration. In this official ceremony itself, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court administers the oath of office and secrecy to the President.

In the US, January 20 is fixed as the swearing in of the new President. But it can be carried forward or backward under adverse circumstances. For example, if the current President dies accidentally for some reason or resigns and the Vice-President fails to gain power, the new President may be administered the oath ahead of time.

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