“They aren’t after me. They are after you. I am just standing in their way.“
~President Donald Trump
We don’t inform our enemies of the specifics. VDay Coming [NOTHING IS WHAT IS SEEMS]
[FINAL STAGE] pic.twitter.com/nwrnyCcD4i
Proclamation on Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal Holiday, 2021
Issued on: January 15, 2021
— Day1JTrumpet (@Day1Trumpet) January 10, 2021
Due to security issues, the president Trump asked his family and friends to leave the White House tonight#trump#WhiteHouse#family pic.twitter.com/SNHiUts4pP
— rabertpetrosian (@rabertpetrosian) January 17, 2021
Jan 13, 2021
“The President’s Own”
United States Marine Band
Colonel Jason K. Fettig, Director
The Inaugural Soundtrack – 7:30 p.m. (ET), Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021
When was “Hail to the Chief” first played for the President? Who is the only President Sousa composed a march for? Why is “Hail Columbia” played for the Vice President? Join the Marine Band for a concert about its role in providing the soundtrack for the Presidential Inauguration since 1801.
TRUST ME, THIS IS NOT FOR BIDEN! 😎
For more than 200 years America’s citizens have witnessed the Inauguration ceremonies of the President and Vice President of the United States. From the first Inauguration of George Washington, in New York City, in 1789, to today, as we prepare for the 59th Inaugural Ceremonies, the Swearing-In Ceremonies represent both national renewal and continuity of leadership. As each president has offered a vision for America’s future, we reflect on the heritage of Inaugurals past.
Since 1901, and in accordance with the 20th Amendment of the United States Constitution, the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies (JCCIC) has been responsible for the planning and execution of the Inaugural Ceremonies of the President-elect and Vice President-elect of the United States at the Capitol. The footage shown of the Swearing-In Ceremony of President William McKinley on the East Front of the Capitol in 1901, the first Inaugural planned by the JCCIC.
Promises Made, Promises Kept: our first and most important mission set is to help Americans abroad. From Machu Picchu to the Himalayas, from the Amazon to the Gobi Desert, we took care of our people even as we supported our partners around the world. #NotTiredOfWinning pic.twitter.com/6QnncownOk
— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) January 15, 2021