- 1 What is the inauguration schedule for 2021?
- 2 What time is the inauguration on January 20?
- 3 What day is Inauguration Day 2020?
- 4 Is the inauguration virtual?
- 5 Who was the last president to not attend the inauguration?
- 6 Is the inauguration a holiday?
- 7 Which president did not use the Bible to take the oath of office?
What is the inauguration schedule for 2021?
2021 Presidential Inauguration The 59th Presidential Inauguration is scheduled for January 20, 2021, for the swearing in of President-Elect Joseph R. Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala D. Harris.
What time is the inauguration on January 20?
Around noon, the president is sworn in at the Capitol by the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. After taking the brief, 35-word oath of office, the new chief executive delivers an inaugural address, followed by a parade through the city, and an evening of gala festivities.
What day is Inauguration Day 2020?
The 20th amendment to the Constitution specifies that the term of each elected President of the United States begins at noon on January 20 of the year following the election.
Is the inauguration virtual?
In celebration of Inauguration Day, explore presidential and inauguration history in national parks with virtual experiences and activiites.
Who was the last president to not attend the inauguration?
John Quincy Adams also left town, unwilling to be present for the 1829 inauguration of Andrew Jackson. Martin Van Buren was, for reasons unknown, not present for the 1841 inauguration of William Henry Harrison. Andrew Johnson conducted a final cabinet meeting rather than attend the 1869 inauguration of Ulysses S. Grant.
Is the inauguration a holiday?
Nope, Inauguration Day is not a federal holiday for most of us.
Which president did not use the Bible to take the oath of office?
Theodore Roosevelt did not use the Bible when taking the oath in 1901, nor did John Quincy Adams, who swore on a book of law, with the intention that he was swearing on the constitution.