Joe Biden begins his Inaugural Address by announcing the day as historic and hopeful and discussing the importance of democracy. He mentions the attack on the Capitol that took place a few days before the inauguration and claims the inauguration of the elected president represents a win for democracy.

He goes on to mention his predecessors and the struggles the United States has gone through, as well as what the United States is currently experiencing: the Covid-19 pandemic, unemployment, racial discrimination, global warming, and political extremism. He says that to overcome these challenges, the United States needs unity more than anything. Biden calls on Americans to join him to help fight the problems the United States is facing. 

Biden goes on to say that his dream of unity may sound foolish to some, and while the forces that divide America are real, ...

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