Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor will administer the oath to newly elected Vice President Kamala Harris at the swearing in ceremony on Wednesday. This event will be historic in the sense that Sotomayor is the first Latin American Justice to administer the oath to the first black, South Asian female Vice President.
According to a source, Sotomayor has been selected by Harris. Both of them have pleaded together. Two Bibles will also be used in the swearing-in, one of which will be the first black Justice Tharagud Marshall of the Supreme Court. This latest information about Harris’s swearing was given by ABC News.
Harris has been a fan of Sotomayor and Marshall
Harris has been a fan of both Sotomayor and Marshall. He said in a video posted on Twitter that “one of the main reasons behind his desire to become a lawyer is marshal”. Sotomayor had earlier administered the oath of office to Joe Biden in 2013. At the same time, the online ceremony involving the swearing in of the newly elected US President Joe Biden and the newly elected Vice President Kamala Harris will begin with the traditional Indian Rangoli.
Joe Biden will take the oath of office on January 20
Joe Biden will be sworn in as the next President of the United States on January 20. Donald Trump has already announced not to attend the swearing-in program. Vice President Mike Pence will participate in his program. Now the news is coming that Trump will leave Washington on the morning of the sworn in of the newly elected President Biden. Trump can leave Washington DC and go to Florida.
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