Joe Biden took oath as America’s 46th president on Wednesday. Kamla Harris was sworn in as the first female Vice President with him. Chief Justice John Roberts administered the oath of office to Biden in the West Front of the Capitol at 12 o’clock (local time). This is the traditional place of swearing where more than 25 thousand soldiers of National Guards were deployed in security. The place was converted into a fort in view of violent demonstrations by outgoing President Donald Trump supporters.
Biden (78) was sworn in with his family’s 127-year-old Bible. During this time his wife Jill Biden stood with the Bible in her hands. Harris (56) has made history by becoming the first woman, first black and first South Asian American Vice President. He was sworn in as the first Latin member of the Supreme Court, Justice Sonia Sotomare. Sotomire swore Biden in 2013 as vice-president. He took an oath containing two Bibles, one of which was a close family friend, Regina Shelton, and the other was the first African-American Supreme Court Judge Thurgood Marshall of the country.
Renowned as a public leader, reformer and painter of others, Joe Biden was once one of the youngest senators in the country, and today with his long experience, his journey to become the oldest president in American history is extremely interesting Used to be. He has nearly five decades of political experience.
At the age of 78, Democratic leader Biden, a six-time senator, defeated Republican leader Donald Trump in the presidential election. Prior to this, he has failed twice in the presidential race in 1988 and 2008. Biden, a Delaware senior leader, had a dream of becoming president since childhood, but his dream was realized in the third attempt when he won the Democratic Party primary from South Carolina on February 29 last year, defeating many veterans. Left and made his most dramatic comeback in US political history.
Biden, who has spent five decades in Washington, has been the Vice President of the White House twice under former President Barack Obama. This time he firmly placed himself before the American people as an alternative to Trump. Accepting his candidacy for the Democratic Party’s presidential election in August, Biden “pledged to restore the spirit of America and said he would work to spread light in the country, not darkness.”
This time Biden is the oldest person ever to be elected to power in the White House by defeating Trump in a highly bitter presidential election. In his victory speech, Biden vowed to unite the country and said, “It is time to heal the wounds in America.”
He said, “I use this post to restore the soul of America, rebuild the base of this nation, work for the middle class and make America honorable again in the world and to unite all of us here in the country.” Biden has a track record of being a strong advocate of Indo-US relations while serving as a Senator from Delaware for more than three decades and then as Vice President under Obama for 8 years.
Biden has nominated at least 20 Indian-Americans to important positions in his administration, 13 of whom are women. This in itself is a new record for a small ethnic group whose population is just one percent of the total population. 17 of these people will be part of the powerful White House complex.
Born in a Catholic family in Pennsylvania in 1942, Robin Biden Jr. studied at the University of Delaware and then received a law degree from Sirkaus University in 1968. His father used to work on cleaning the furnace and selling old cars. Biden was first elected in 1972 and was a six-time senator from the state of Delaware.
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He was one of the youngest representatives to be elected to the US Senate when he was first elected at the age of 29. Biden also contested from his party to become a presidential candidate in 1988 and 2008, but was unsuccessful. Known as an outspoken speaker, Biden talks openly about the tragic events that happened to his family, including the 1972 car accident. His first wife Neelia and his 13-month-old daughter Naomi were killed in a car accident and their sons Beau and Hunter were seriously injured.
Biden met his second wife Jill Jacob in 1975, and then they married in June 1977. Their daughter Ashley was born in 1981. In 2015, Biden’s son, 46-year-old Bu, died of a brain tumor who participated in the Iraq War and served as Delaware’s attorney general. In 1988, Biden also had a brain problem. Biden received his presidential candidacy last year when rival Senator Bernie Sanders withdrew from the candidacy race in April 2020.