"Ask not..." After taking the presidential oath of office on January 20, 1961, JFK delivered his inaugural address, which has been widely considered among the best presidential inauguration speeches in American history.
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DG sister, Sarah Tilghman Hughes, Psi II-Goucher, was (and remains to this day February 2016) the only woman to have sworn in a U.S. president? You can see her in the bottom left of this well-known photo from November 1963, as she administers the U.S. presidential oath of office to Lyndon B. Johnson following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Just after Vice President Mike Pence took the vice presidential oath of office using the Reagan family Bible, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir performed this beautiful rendition of "America the Beautiful," accompanied by the Marine Band known as The President's Own.
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When he retakes the oath of office Monday, President Barack Obama will join an exclusive club. Obama becomes the 16th of the nation's 44 presidents who've been re-elected to serve as commander-in-chief for two consecutive terms.