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President Obama takes the oath of office for a second term at the White House Sunday.

Ahead of tomorrow’s public  inauguration festivities, President Obama was sworn in for his second term during an official ceremony at the White House Sunday.

The president, who was joined by his family, used a bible belonging to first lady Michelle Obama’s grandparents to take the oath.

Unlike the time Chief Justice John Roberts swore Obama in for his first term as president, he did not flub the words.

Vice President Joe Biden was also sworn in for his second term today.

 

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