President Joe Biden took the oath of office today as the 46th president of the United States.

His inauguration speech centered around unifying America and addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, calling it the “virus that silently stalks the country.” 

Biden addressed the millions of jobs lost, the protests for racial justice, and the community needed to unify political polarizations. 

Biden cited the Emancipation of Proclamation in 1863.

“My whole soul is in this, bringing America together, united to fight the foes, extremism and disease,” he said.

“Make America the leading force of good, forces that divide us are deep and real but not new,” he said.

“Lets begin to listen, hear, see and show respect to one another,” Biden said.

Biden addressed the division in the country and his plan moving forward. 

“Every disagreement doesn’t have to cause a total war,” Biden said. 

Biden acknowledged the historical moment as the first woman and former California Senator Kamala Harris was sworn in as Vice President. 

“I will be the president for all Americans and fight for those who didn’t support me and those who did,” Biden said.

Biden encouraged the American people to open their hearts and display intolerance, as he ended his inaugural speech as the 46th President of the United States of America.

Written ByAshton Byers

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