Joe Biden sworn in as 46th President of the United States, Also followed by Kamala Harris

Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday amid tight security.

Biden took the oath of allegiance to the 127-year-old Bible. Biden, 78, is the oldest person to become president of the United States.

Joe Biden became the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday amid tight security. He obtained sworn in by the nation Chief Justice John Roberts.

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Biden took the oath of allegiance to his family's 127-year-old Bible. Old Joe Biden is the oldest president of the United States.

Before Biden, 56-year-old Kamala Harris of Indian descent was sworn in by Supreme Court Judge Sonia Sotomayor. She is the 49th Vice President and the first woman Vice President of the United States.

Historical Harris Swears

Harris' swearing-in was historic in the sense that Sotomayor was the first Latin American judge to be sworn in. Sotomayor was chosen by Harris.

The two have advocated together. What's special is that Donald Trump left the White House before he was sworn in. In his absence, Vice President Mike Pence carried all the traditions.

Fans are present

Former President George W. Bush attends the swearing-in ceremony. Bush and his wife Lara Bush, Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary Clinton, Republican leader McCarthy, McConnell, and Vice President Mike Pence were present.

Trump did not attend the ceremony and therefore became the first president of the United States since Andrew Johnson, who attended his successor's swearing-in ceremony in 1869.

He had Sworn in the Bible before

Biden was sworn in seven times as vice president and senator, with the Bible being sworn in. Biden is talking about keeping everyone together.

The revelation came Wednesday morning when he invited top Republican leaders, including McCarthy and McConnell, to attend a church prayer meeting that morning.

Lady Gaga Sang the National Anthem

Lady Gaga sang the American national anthem at the event. Well known actress and singer Jennifer Lopez also performed.

In addition to Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez and Irish violinist Patricia Tracy were also present at the ceremony.

Kamala Harris remembers his Mother

Before being sworn in as Vice President, Kamala Harris tweeted and remembered her mother and also posted a video with her photographs.

Kamala Harris said, "There is a woman back my presence here: she is my mom Shyamalan Goplan Harris who has forever lived in our hearts. She could not have imagined the moment when she came here from India at the age of 19. Believed, where such a moment is possible ".

"This is your time", Obama said

Former President Barack Obama tweeted Biden on Wednesday. He wrote, 'Congratulations to my friend President J. Biden.

It's your time. Obama also tweeted a picture of the two reachings out to the president's office with their hands outstretched.

The ceremony faded because of Corona

Contrary to earlier traditions, this time the swearing-in ceremony has been tarnished by the Coronavirus and fears of violence from Trump supporters.

Earlier, millions of people from across the country attended the swearing-in ceremony, but this time only a limited number of people were allowed to attend.

Strict Security Arrangements

More than 25,000 national guards were deployed to guard the swearing-in ceremony, which turned the venue into a fort.

At the time of the swearing-in, security personnel Was patrolling the roads leading to Parliament.

Large distances around Pennsylvania Avenue and the White House around the U.S. Capitol were already closed to the public.

Fences were erected to stop the Revolutionaries

Also, no unwanted people could enter these places, so eight feet high barricades were erected. The whole city was on high alert.

About two lakh flags were hoisted at the Majestic National Mall, which was attended by thousands of people during the swearing-in ceremony. Its pilla 56 pillars were burned. These columns represent the American provinces and counties. However, no one was allowed to exist here.

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