US President Inauguration: Biden became the 46th President of the US, Kamala Harris Vice President


Nia, one of Nia's biggest forces, officially took power in the United States on Wednesday and passed on to Democrats. Selected President Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States and Kamala Harris was sworn in as Vice President. In the past, after the protest by the supporters of the outgoing President Donald Trump in the US Parliament Capitol Hill, special caution is being taken about the situation. Strong security arrangements have been made about this. Earlier, Donald Trump addressed the President for the last time here and left for Florida shortly thereafter. During this time, he congratulated the new administration but did not name Biden.

Kamala Harris bids Mike Pence farewell by standing on the steps of the Capitol

Kamala Harris, after being sworn in as the Vice President of the United States, played a role that the outgoing president normally performs. Harris and her husband Doug Amhoff Wednesday bid farewell to former Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen, standing on the steps of the US Capitol. The two couples talked for a while standing on the ladder and after that Pence left in the car. This convention was to be performed by former President Trump, but he did not attend the swearing-in ceremony.

Biden rides in a car with a '46' number plate

President Joe Biden traveled in the car considered the safest for the US president. Whose number is double-digit '46'. Biden became the 46th President of the US, so the car plate number is '46' in his honor. Biden embarked on a visit to Arlington National Cemetery to garland the tomb of unknown soldiers after taking the oath of office in the Capitol.

Biden and Harris review military forces

After the swearing-in, President Biden and Vice President Harris conducted a 'pass in review' under traditional military tradition. First lady Jill Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris's husband Doug Amhoff attended the soldiers' 'Pass in Review' ceremony at the east end of the Capitol building along with members of the military.

Biden conducts military review outside Capitol building

Following the signing ceremony, President Biden took the salute of the parade led by the Commander-in-Chief of the National Capital Region. At the eastern end of the Capitol building reviewed the enthusiasm of the military and the troops. Every branch of the army was represented in this event.

Biden attends US Parliament's signing ceremony

President Biden signed three documents in the presidential room of the Capitol building. They signed these documents: -

Opening day announcement

Nomination for cabinet posts

Nomination for sub-cabinet posts