Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th United States President today. The inauguration ceremony for President Joe Biden will have tightened security, a virtual professional and celebrity appearances by Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, and Tom Hanks.
Today, Washington will be an unprecedented amount of security over concerns from the FBI, local police, and other government agencies concerning additional violence. Below are some places to Livestream Joe Biden and Harris’ Inauguration:
- Biden’s inauguration website
However, Donal Trump has already announced he will not be attending the Inauguration of Joe Biden. But Mike Pence, the Vice President will attend the inauguration but will have to skip Trump’s farewell.
Harris and Joe Biden have announced the formation of a COVID-19 advisory board to assist shape the upcoming administration’s response to the pandemic.
Joe Biden will be the 46th president and Harris Kamal will make history today as the first Balck and South Asian woman to accept a very major party’s vice president selection.
This 46th Election brought in record numbers of votes and Mr. Biden received 28,231 of them which is more than 80% of all votes.
Joe Biden: What He will do on his first day as the President
In Joe Biden’s first official acts as United States President, He is to sign executives orders on a broad range of issues, from the coronavirus pandemic to climate change and immigration.
Meanwhile, In the first 100 days of his administration, Mr. Biden has set a goal of 100 million vaccine jabs.
The president to be would sign the following orders after he is sworn in they will:
- Change Mr. Trump’s withdrawal of the US from the Paris climate accord
- Revoke the presidential permit granted to the Keystone XL Pipeline which is against environmental and Native American groups.
- Also end a travel ban on visitors from some, mainly Muslim, nations
- Bring about a mask and distancing regulations for federal employees and in a federal building.
- He will also revoke Donald Trump’s policies on immigration enforcement and the emergency that helped fund the construction of a Mexican border wall.