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arlington, va   january 20 us president joe biden and vice president kamala harris attend a wreath laying ceremony at arlington national cemeterys tomb of the unknown soldier after the 59th presidential inauguration ceremony at the us capitol, as former us president barack obama, michelle obama, and former us president george w bush and laura bush, and former us president bill clinton and former secretary of state hillary clinton look on,  january 20, 2021  in arlington, virginia during todays inauguration ceremony joe biden becomes the 46th president of the united states   photo by chip somodevillagetty images

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Following the inauguration event at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were joined by their predecessors at the Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, where they laid a wreath at the Burial place of the Unidentified Soldier, a memorial site meant to celebrate the deaths of unidentified American soldiers.

Former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton went to the event, as well as previous First Ladies Michelle Obama, Laura Bush, and Hillary Clinton, who served in the Obama administration as secretary of state.

Former President Donald Trump and former First Woman Melania Trump skipped the inauguration celebrations, breaking the long-standing American tradition, and instead flew to Florida this morning.

arlington, va   january 20 former us president barack obama, michelle obama, and former us president george w bush and laura bush, and former us president bill clinton and former secretary of state hillary clinton attend a wreath laying ceremony at the tomb of the unknown soldier after the president joe bidens presidential inauguration at the us capitol january 20, 2021 at arlington national cemetery in arlington, virginia during todays inauguration ceremony joe biden becomes the 46th president of the united states photo by chip somodevillagetty images
Former president Barack Obama and Michelle Obama, previous president George W. Bush and Laura Bush, and previous president Expense Clinton and previous secretary of state Hillary Clinton at the ceremony.

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arlington, va   january 20 us president joe biden and vice president kamala harris attend a wreath laying ceremony at arlington national cemeterys tomb of the unknown soldier after the 59th presidential inauguration ceremony at the us capitol january 20, 2021 in arlington, virginia during todays inauguration ceremony joe biden becomes the 46th president of the united states photo by chip somodevillagetty images photo by chip somodevillagetty images
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris reach the wreath-laying ceremony.

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arlington, va   january 20 us president joe biden and vice president kamala harris attend a wreath laying ceremony at arlington national cemeterys tomb of the unknown soldier after the 59th presidential inauguration ceremony at the us capitol january 20, 2021  in arlington, virginia during todays inauguration ceremony joe biden becomes the 46th president of the united states   photo by chip somodevillagetty images
President Joe Biden touches the wreath as Vice President Kamala Harris looks on.

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In his first remarks as the 46 th president of the United States, Biden called for unity and healing.

” On this January day, my whole soul remains in this: Taking America together, uniting our individuals, joining our country. And I ask every American to join me in this cause,” he stated in his inauguration speech.

” Uniting to combat the foes we deal with: anger, bitterness, hatred, extremism, lawlessness, violence, illness, joblessness and hopelessness. With unity, we can do terrific things, essential things. We can right wrongs. We can put people to operate in excellent tasks. We can teach our kids in safe schools. We can conquer the fatal infection. We can reward work and restore the middle class and make healthcare protect for all. We can deliver racial justice and we can make America as soon as again the leading force for good in the world.”

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