Joe Biden, who was emotional before leaving Washington, expresses hope for changing things while addressing the public

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Joe Biden addressed the people of Delaware and said that Delaware’s name is written on my heart, “I will never forget the love, respect I have received from here.”

We’re going to make a new start in America. I and Vice President Kamala Harris will change things together.

Joe Biden, who is going to be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States today, looked emotional before leaving for Washington from Delaware.

Addressing the public, he sometimes spills his tears. Describing himself as the son of Delaware, Biden expressed hope that the shadow of the country would definitely hide the current darkness.

He said that he will work with Vice President Kamala Harris to change things. Chief Justice John Roberts will administer the presidential oath to Biden in the west front of Parliament House at 12 pm (10.30 pm Indian time).

‘Won’t forget Delaware’

Joe Biden addressed the people of the state before leaving his home state of Delaware. In the meantime, he looked emotional at times.

Joe Biden said, “I know that we are going through a difficult phase at the moment, but it will definitely hide darkness”.

Describing himself as the son of Delaware, the president said that the name of this state is written on his heart, “I will never forget the love, respect I have received from here.

Joe Biden added that there is going to be a new beginning in the US. I and Vice President Kamala Harris will change things together.

Remembering Barack Obama

Referring to former President Barack Obama, Joe Biden said, “About 12 years ago, I was waiting here for Obama to come and take me along to get the oath of office.

Today I am going to take the oath of office and i have a woman vice-president with me’. “I tell people not to tell me that things don’t change, it’s America,” he added. It definitely comes in the morning after every night.

Mentioned his son Beau Biden in his Speech

Biden also got emotional remembering his late son during the speech. “Beau Biden left us in 2015. He can’t be here anymore and I’m only sorry he’s not here’.

He described himself as the son of Delaware, thanking the people of the state for their decades-long career in public service. Biden’s swearing-in ceremony will be broadcast live on all US TV networks today.

Also, it can be seen by visiting https://bideninaugural.org/watch/ or even you can watch on Amazon Prime. The 78-year-old Biden will swear with his family’s 127-year-old Bible.