'The feeling is that we were betrayed': thousands of soldiers guarding the Capitol were kicked out into the street

Thousands of National Guardsmen were allowed back into the Capitol on Thursday evening, January 21, hours after US Capitol police officers ordered them to leave the premises and sent them outside. Writes about this Politico. According to one of the guardsmen, ...

Obama vs Trump vs Biden: comparing the inaugurations of US presidents

The 20th inauguration ceremony of the President of the United States took place in Washington, DC on January 59. How Joe Biden's ceremony differed from previous ones, the BBC said. First, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Joe Biden took office without spectators. Only about a thousand people attended the ceremony ...

Biden took the oath of office as the 46th President of the United States: what you need to know about him

Joe Biden became the 46th President of the United States of America: on January 20, 2021, he was solemnly sworn in. Traditionally, the text of the oath reads like this: “I <name> solemnly swear that I will faithfully fulfill the duties of the President of the United States and to the fullest extent of my strength will ...

Joe Biden's Inauguration: Live Text Stream

Today, January 20, Democrat Joe Biden took the oath of office and became the 46th President of the United States. He took his oath of allegiance to the American Constitution at 12:00 am ET. But the day of the inauguration of the new head of the United States is always very busy, and important events take place with ...

Biden's inauguration: action plan and broadcast in Russian

On Wednesday, January 20, Democrat Joe Biden will take the oath of office and become the 46th President of the United States. The ceremony is scheduled for 12:00 pm ET. All this will happen in Washington, which now looks like a besieged fortress due to security measures: barbed wire, blocked roads and 25 ...

200 flags were erected in Washington in honor of those who will not be at Biden's inauguration

Nearly 200 flags were erected on the National Mall ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, meaning hundreds of thousands of people will not be able to attend this year's ceremony. Writes about this The Hill. The President's Inauguration Committee for the first time ...

Weapons, fire and the threat of terrorist attacks: what's going on in Washington before Biden's inauguration

The inauguration rehearsal near the Capitol was interrupted and people were evacuated due to a fire nearby, writes Pix11, citing Washington officials. The capital is restless - the city is preparing for the inauguration of the new US president. Participants in the inauguration rehearsal at the US Capitol were evacuated ...

How will Biden's inauguration go: ceremony, security and famous guests

President-elect Joe Biden will not officially move to the White House until inauguration day, a political parade of sorts, when Biden and his vice president Kamala Harris take the oath. From COVID-19 protocols to security concerns and Lady Gaga's speech, the Air Force tells it all ...

FBI: Trump Supporters Prepare Armed Protests Nationwide

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has warned US police that extreme right-wing extremist groups across the country are preparing for armed protests on Sunday, January 17. The BBC reported in more detail. According to the document for official use, which was drawn up in a week ...

Biden's inauguration: which of the US presidents will attend the ceremony and what will Trump do

43rd US President George W. Bush will attend the inauguration of newly elected President Joe Biden, but Jimmy Carter will not come, said representatives of these politicians on Tuesday, January 5, writes CNN. According to Freddie Ford, Bush's spokesman, the 43rd will be among others at the inauguration ...

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