The day President Joseph R. Biden took office, for the first time in the 230-year history of the United States, many events took place, including hopeful, surprising and disturbing aspects.
From the oldest to the oldest
Joe Biden, who was sworn in on January 20 after winning the election at the age of 78, became the oldest president to be elected for the first time in US presidential history.
Interestingly, his predecessor, President Trump, was also the oldest president in US history at the time of his election.
First Lady Vice President
For the first time in the 231-year history of the United States, a woman and a non-white vice president have been elected. Kamala Harris received the award after being sworn in and is being hailed as a promising symbol for black and immigrant women in the United States.
Refusal to welcome
There are many traditions associated with the presidency, but in the history of the US presidency, former President Trump has taken a unique approach and has not kept many previous traditions.
Trump, according to presidential tradition, welcomed President Biden to the White House and did not attend his swearing-in ceremony.
President Trump did not acknowledge the election results in his farewell address. US observers have called President Trump’s move a major violation of US democratic values.
If man dares, what cannot happen?
President Biden’s half-century of political career has seen many ups and downs. He ran for president in 1988 and 2008 and eventually in 2020.
But at the same time, they faced political difficulties as well as an issue that did not build self-confidence in most people.
Biden has been plagued by stuttering and stuttering.
Not only did he maintain his career with this physical deficiency, but he also assumed the position of the most powerful concept in the world, the US presidency.
Limited public participation
Along with other traditions associated with the presidential election, the day of the inauguration of the new president is also celebrated in the United States like a festival.
The event is considered a symbol of the president’s popularity and political thinking.
News of President Trump’s relatively low turnout at the swearing-in ceremony caused a stir in the media.
For the first time in US history, the corona virus caused such a limited swearing-in ceremony and public participation.
One lakh American flags were hoisted at the venue as a symbol of.
Severe sense of danger
For the first time in American history, there was a transfer of power in such a state of uncertainty.
President Trump continued to refuse to recognize the election results, and on the day of the presidential election, his supporters stormed the US Congress building.
Against the backdrop of the extraordinary steps that have to be taken for Biden’s swearing-in ceremony and the deployment of more than 20,000 security personnel in the capital.
Special arrangements have been made for the security of the ceremony in the past, but for the first time, the security provided to secure the swearing-in has shown the level of internal threats to the United States.
President Biden outlined the challenges that have traditionally come after taking the oath.
This time around, it is clear that the biggest challenge in the United States was the large-scale Corona deaths and the growing epidemic, but President Biden also linked white racism to his administration.
Called a big challenge. He is the first US president in recent history to formally declare white racial pride as an internal threat to the United States.