On January 20, Joe Biden will be sworn in for the next President of the United States. The journey from the election to the swearing-in has been full of ups and downs for Biden and America. During this time, America also saw the most embarrassing day in the history of democracy, when a crowd of Trump's supporters attacked the US Parliament and then five people died in the riots.
The current US President Donald Trump was yet to dismiss the results of the election and was not ready to leave the White House. However, now they are ready for the transfer of power. According to reports, Trump will leave Washington on the morning of January 20, the newly elected President Joe Biden's swearing-in day.
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A person with knowledge of the case gave this information on condition of anonymity, because this decision has not been made public. Trump has already said that he will not attend Biden's swearing-in ceremony. In his place, Vice President of India Mike Pence will participate in the program. Trump is expected to live in Florida with some colleagues.
Please tell that on January 20, Kamla Harris of Indian origin will take oath as Vice President along with Biden. Vice President Mike Pence has called and congratulated newly elected Vice President Kamala Harris. Two people who had information about the conversation between the two leaders gave this information.
In this regard, an official described the conversation on Thursday afternoon as a 'good conversation' and said that Pence wished Harris the best. The conversation between Pence and Harris comes as newly elected presidents Joe Biden and Harris have less than a week left to take the oath.