- Joe Biden has been sworn in as the new president of the United States today along his vice, Kamala Harris
- The former vice president became the 46th United States president
Biden’s predecessor, immediate past president, Donald Trump was conspicuously absent at the inauguration.
The 46th United States president stated this on his Twitter handle (@POTUS):
There is no time to waste when it comes to tackling the crises we face. That’s why today, I am heading to the Oval Office to get right to work delivering bold action and immediate relief for American families.
Some update on some Twitter accounts regarding the Biden administration change of name was made known.
Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) tweeted that:
@Transition46 has become @WhiteHouse
@PresElectBiden has become @POTUS
@SenKamalaHarris has become @VP
@FLOTUSBiden has become @FLOTUS
@PressSecPsaki has become @PressSec
A new account, @SecondGentleman, is also live.
ALSO: Trump administration Twitter accounts are now publicly archived and include: @POTUS45, @WhiteHouse45, @VP45, @PressSec45, @FLOTUS45 and @SecondLady45.