Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump grants pardon to more than 100 people, including Bannon Scalise brings Donna Brazile as guest at Biden’s inauguration. Sidney Powell withdraws more ‘lawsuit’ lawsuit in Georgia He will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on Wednesday. Safety precautions have been implemented due to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, limiting crowd size, and specific pomp and circumstance. The Capitol is also on high-alert after a deadly siege earlier this month.
However, virtual relationships on a large scale, will still hold many ceremonies and will be overshadowed by a star-studded television event this evening.
Time frame of events
8:00 am – President TrumpDonald Trump gets Wayne’s 11-hour Trump pardon. Trump has pardoned more than 100 people, with Bannon Trump expected to be pardoned: And Melania TrumpHow Melania Trumphere’s President Goes to the White House in just a few hours on Inauguration Day, Ashley Biden says Melania Trump has not reached Jill Biden’s CNN election: Melania Trump leaves office as the least popular first lady . Will leave for the White House for the last time and make his way to Joint Base Andrews. They will then take their last flight from Air Force One to Palm Beach, Fla., And travel to their Mar-a-Lago resort.
President Trump has been breaking more than a century of tradition by refusing to attend his successor’s swearing-in ceremony. Vice President Pence and other GOP officials will not attend Trump’s goodbye ceremony; Pence would instead attend the opening of Biden.
8:45 AM – Joe and Jill bidenJill BidenAshley Biden says Melania Trump has not reached the Jill Biden Empire State Building Lights on the eve of the Biden inauguration to honor COVID-19 victims Garth Brooks for playing at the Biden swearing-in ceremony Will join Kamala HarrisKamala Harrisclisse brings Donna Breazeal as guest to Biden inauguration McConnell, Shumer filmbuster snags fail to cut power-sharing deal between Howard University’s marching band and escort Harris at opening and her husband Doug AmhoffDoug Amhafidens Loads Boxes of Food in Philadelphia on MLK Day. Biden volunteers on MLK Day Harris to Americans: ‘Don’t put anyone in a box because of your gender’ For a church service at the Cathedral of St. Matthew Apostle in Washington, DC
10:00 am – Actress KK Palmer will begin hosting the curated Livestream for Children and Young Americans for the first time before and during the opening ceremony, with a message from Jill Biden. It will be streamed online by the inaugural committee, PBS News Hour and Amazon Prime Video, as well as broadcast by Nickelodeon and Discovery Education.
10:30 am – Arrival at the Capital East Front
At 11:15 – Inauguration program Father Leo J. O’Donovan, which will begin with a call from the former president of Georgetown University. A Georgia firefighter named Andrea Hall led the pledge of Alginess and Amanda Gorman, In 2017 the first national young poet will read a poem, made history by the name Laureate.
Lady Gaga will sing the national anthem. The ceremony will also feature musical performances by Jennifer Lopez and Garth Brooks.
11:55 pm – Harris is sworn in as the 49th Vice President of the United States by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor Shortly before noon on a Bible that once belonged to the first African American to serve on the Supreme Court, Thurgood Marshall.
12:00 pm – Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, coinciding with the 20th Amendment of the Constitution. Trump’s term is officially ending. The new president will deliver his inaugural address immediately.
The Rev. Sylvester Beaman, a pastor from Delaware, who was an associate of Joe Biden’s late son, Bue Biden, will conclude the opening by giving a bidiction.
1:40 pm – Joe Biden and Harris review military troops’ readiness in the Capitol in a review that has a long tradition of primarily reflecting the peaceful transition of power to a new commander.
2:25 pm – Joe Biden, Harris and former President Obama, George W. Bush and Clinton, along with their spouses, will attend the wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Arlington National Ceremony.
3:15 PM – The new President and Vice President will then go to the White House to receive the Rashtrapati Bhavan with each branch of the army representing the President.
Instead of the traditional parade down Pennsylvania Avenue, there will be a virtual “Parade Across America” with performances from all 50 states and several regions. John Stewart is expected to make an appearance and is among the musical acts Prithvi Wind and Fire.
5:15 PM – Joe Biden will enter the Oval Office for the first time as president. They are expected to sign more than a dozen executive actions that reverse some of President Trump’s signature policy initiatives and set a new tone for his administration. He planned to issue a “challenge” of wearing a national mask, halting construction of the southern border wall, repealing the so-called “Muslim ban” and reviving both the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change Started, among many other things.
5:45 PM – Joe Biden then takes a presidential oath of the day in a virtual ceremony.
7:00 pm – White House Press Secretary Jen SakiJane Saki the Hill’s Morning Report – President Biden, Vice President Harris today begins Biden’s work to revisit the Paris Agreement, Trump’s search for boxed-in Biden with executive actions revoking Keystone XL’s permission Of Historic Brady will deliver his first briefing from the press briefing room with reporters.
8:30 pm– “Celebrating America” virtual television program, hosted by veteran actor Tom Hanks with performances by Demi Lovato, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Tim McGraw John Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen, John Legend and Foo Fighters.
The 90-minute event will also include remarks by the new president and vice president.
9:55 pm – Bideness appears on the Blue Room balcony in front of the South Lawn to conclude the day’s festivities.
How to watch from home
Biden Inauguration Committee will broadcast an official livestream of all events On its website, Youtube, Facebook, Twitter And Twitch. White house The inauguration will also be broadcast live.
Major television networks including ABC, CBS, CNN, C-SPAN, FOX, PBS, NBC and MSNBC will give live coverage throughout the day.
ABC, CBS, CNN, PBS, NBC and MSNBC will broadcast Celebrating America Prime Time Celebration on television. Amazon Prime Video, Microsoft Bing, NewsNow from Fox, and AT&T DirecTV and U-Verses will also carry exclusive live for those who do not have cable.