Is Kamala Harris giving a speech today, January 20 2021?
KAMALA Harris was sworn in as madam vice president on Inauguration Day.
She is the first black and Asian woman to hold the title in US history.
Read our Inauguration Day 2021 live blog for the very latest news and updates on Joe Biden's swearing-in and Donald Trump's exit…
Is Kamala Harris speaking today, January 20 2021?
It is unclear if Kamala Harris will address the nation as vice president.
She took the oath of office at 11am, prior to President-elect Joe Biden’s swearing-in ceremony.
After Biden's speech, he was joined by the First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, Vice President Harris and the Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff for a Pass in Review on the East front with members of the military.
Pass in Reviews are a long-standing military tradition that reflect the peaceful transfer of power to a new Commander-in-Chief.
How can I watch Inauguration Day?
There will be television coverage of Joe Biden's inauguration all day.
ABC, PBS and some other outlets kicked off their coverage at 7am, while CBS launched their show two hours later.
CNN's all-day coverage will include Wolf Blitzer, Erin Burnett, Anderson Cooper, and Van Jones.
You can livestream the Inauguration Day coverage on Biden’s inauguration website here.
The Sun will also be live streaming the inauguration, and you can follow the action on our blog as well.
When did Donald Trump leave the White House?
President Donald Trump and the First Lady, his wife Melania, addressed the crowd at the airbase in Maryland early Wednesday morning after they departed Washington DC for the last time on Marine One.
Prior to leaving, Trump said "we'll be back" as he got a hero's send off with a lavish ceremony at an air base after leaving the White House.
He was met by chants of "USA, USA" and "thank you Trump" as attendees to his farewell rally waved the Stars and Stripes.
Trump said in the ten minutes speech: "I will always fight for you, I will be watching, I will be listening. The future of this country has never been better.
He added: "We have the greatest country in the world. It was my greatest honor and privilege to be your president."
Trump concluded as he said "have a good life, we'll see you soon" before leaving the stage with his campaign theme song Village People's YMCA playing over the loudspeakers.
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