Biden Delivers Oath of Office to New Administration

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On Wednesday, Joe Biden was officially sworn in before the nation as the new president. For the next four years, the country will have to contend with Biden and Kamala Harris at the helm of power.

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Already, the 46th president is getting things off to an “America Last” start. He’s re-entered the Paris Climate Agreement, forced a mask mandate on federal property, and pushed for amnesty while millions of Americans struggle to survive, thanks to shutdowns.

Yesterday, the new president also delivered the oath of office to his administration in the White House, Newsmax confirms.

The Biden Administration

During an online video call yesterday, the 46th president issued a warning to the people that will be working for him. Biden stated that if any of his aides disrespect or “talk down to” one another, they’ll lose their jobs “on the spot.” The 46th president then professed that each person is worthy of being treated with dignity and respect.

On the call, Biden additionally called for the aides of his administration to help revitalize the “soul” of America. The new president declared that his administration’s staffers will also “work long hours” and frequently miss time with their family members and loved ones.

Finally, Biden informed the members of his White House administration that “honesty” and “decency” are what he ultimately expects from them. The president then wrapped up his online call by stating that he and his administration have quite a bit of work to do.

The Work of the Biden Administration

The 46th president is correct when he stated that his administration has much work ahead; although, judging from the policies Biden is backing and the executive orders he signed into effect yesterday, it’s very clear that the work of the Biden administration is putting Americans last and below all else.

Instead of pushing for an economic reopening, Biden is more concerned with forcing Americans to wear masks on interstate commerce. The 46th president has also demonstrated that the interests of illegal aliens are more relevant to him than the struggles of out-of-work, hurting American citizens.

The work of the Biden administration is already coming under fire from multiple Republican leaders in Congress and across the nation.

What do you think about the oath of office for Biden’s new White House administration? How do you believe the 46th president’s policies will impact the nation? Let us know in the comments section below.