Joe Biden is officially the 46th President of the United States. He was officially sworn in with his 127-Year-old family bible at the inauguration.
During his Inaugural speech, he stayed true to his theme of unity and pledged to be a President for all American people.
Biden is the 15th vice president who later became president and only the second, along with Richard Nixon, to have a gap between serving as vice president and being elected president.
Kamala Harris was wearing purple as a nod to the First Black Woman to run for President and her husband Doug Emhoff Is the Nation’s First Second Gentleman
Amanda Gorman, the Nation’s First-Ever youth Poet Laureate, delivered a rousing message of the country’s resilience.