꧁𓊈𒆜🅹🅸🅾🆃🆅🆅🅸🅽🅴🅴𒆜𓊉꧂Joe Biden oath- Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of America today. Let us tell you that at the time of India.
America’s 46 President Joe Biden will be sworn in at 10:30 pm. And then after swearing-in, Joe Biden will also address his countrymen.
He has a very special relationship with India in Biden’s speech. Because it is written by Indian-American Vinay Reddy.
US President Biden named his associate Indian-American Vinay Reddy one of his speechwriters in the month of December last year.
Vinay Reddy is an Indo-American man who grew up in Dayton, Ohio. And he has been appointed as the speechwriter of the President.
The time to move forward is now. pic.twitter.com/IrUUu0bxGO
— President Biden (@POTUS) January 20, 2021
Let us tell you that Vinay Reddy has been appointed as the speechwriter for the Vice President of America once before.
Vinay Reddy was a lead writer for Vice President during Biden’s tenure from 2013 to 2017. He was also a senior adviser and speechwriter during the election of Vinay Reddy Biden-Harris.
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Told by advisors to Joe Biden, who was sworn in as America’s 46th president. That his speech can be about 20-30 minutes.
And his subject will be with United of America. Joe Biden will share his expectations and attitudes about working with the people of America in this speech.
His speech will be about the solidarity of his country. Joe Biden will appeal for cooperation to deal with unprecedented challenges facing the American people soon after taking the oath.
The same thing he said during his publicity campaign. If America remains united by itself, then it is a country that can do anything.
I love you, Jilly, and I couldn’t be more grateful to have you with me on the journey ahead. pic.twitter.com/V4GUXAKSKg
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) January 20, 2021
The same Donald Trump, who was appointed to the post of President before this, will not attend this celebration of PM Joe Biden.
Trump has indicated he will leave the White House and move to Florida before Biden is sworn in. However, Donald Trump is not the newly elected president.
He is the first President of America who did not attend the second presidential oath ceremony.