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Every Presidential oath of office

Franklin D. Roosevelt - Donald J. Trump)

Every Presidential oath of office (Franklin D. Roosevelt - Donald J. Trump)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vGQDBbO-fg

United States Constitution, Article II, Section 1, Clause 8:

Before [the President] enter on the Execution of his Office, he shall take the following Oath or Affirmation:


"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."


.• 4 March 1933; Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt; Elected 8 November 1932; East Portico, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Charles E. Hughes

• 20 January 1937; President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Re-elected 3 November 1936; East Portico, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Charles E. Hughes

• 20 January 1941; President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Re-elected 5 November 1940; East Portico, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Harlan F. Stone

• 20 January 1945; President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Re-elected 7 November 1944; South Portico, White House; Chief Justice Charles E. Hughes

• 12 April 1945; Vice-President Harry S. Truman; On the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Cabinet Room, White House; Chief Justice Harlan F. Stone

• 20 January 1949; President Harry S. Truman; Re-elected 2 November 1948; East Portico, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Frederick M. Vinson

• 20 January 1953; General Dwight D. Eisenhower; Elected 4 November 1952; East Portico, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Frederick M. Vinson

• 20 January 1957; President Dwight D. Eisenhower; Re-elected 6 November 1956; East Room, White House; Chief Justice Earl Warren

• 21 January 1957; President Dwight D. Eisenhower; Repeated publicly as 20 January 1957 was a Sunday; East Portico, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Earl Warren

• 20 January 1961; Senator John F. Kennedy; Elected 8 November 1960; East Portico, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Earl Warren

• 22 November 1963; Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson; On the death of President John F. Kennedy; Conference room on Air Force One, Love Field, Dallas, Texas; Judge Sarah T. Hughes

• 20 January 1965; President Lyndon B. Johnson; Re-elected 3 November 1964; East Portico, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Earl Warren

• 20 January 1969; Vice-President Richard M. Nixon; Elected 5 November 1968; East Portico, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Earl Warren

• 20 January 1973; President Richard M. Nixon; Re-elected 7 November 1972; East Portico, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Warren E. Burger

• 9 August 1974; Vice-President Gerald R. Ford; On the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon; East Room, White House; Chief Justice Warren E. Burger

• 20 January 1977; Governor James E. Carter; Elected 2 November 1976; East Portico, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Warren E. Burger

• 20 January 1981; Governor Ronald W. Reagan; Elected 4 November 1980; West Front, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice Warren E. Burger

• 20 January 1985; President Ronald W. Reagan; Re-elected 6 November 1984; Entrance Hall, White House; Chief Justice Warren E. Burger

• 21 January 1985; President Ronald W. Reagan; Repeated publicly as 20 January 1985 was a Sunday; United States Capitol Rotunda; Chief Justice Warren E. Burger

• 20 January 1989; Vice-President George H. W. Bush; Elected 8 November 1988; West Front, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice William Rehnquist

• 20 January 1993; Governor William J. Clinton; Elected 3 November 1992; West Front, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice William Rehnquist

• 20 January 1997; President William J. Clinton; Re-elected 5 November 1996; West Front, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice William Rehnquist

• 20 January 2001; Governor George W. Bush; Elected 7 November 2000; West Front, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice William Rehnquist

• 20 January 2005; President George W. Bush; Re-elected 2 November 2004; West Front, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice William Rehnquist

• 20 January 2009; Senator Barack H. Obama; Elected 4 November 2008; West Front, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice John G. Roberts

• 21 January 2009; President Barack H. Obama; Repeated to resolve mistake from previous day; Map Room, White House; Chief Justice John G. Roberts

• 20 January 2013; President Barack H. Obama; Re-elected 6 November 2012; Blue Room, White House; Chief Justice John G. Roberts

• 21 January 2013; President Barack H. Obama; Repeated publicly as 20 January 2013 was a Sunday; West Front, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice John G. Roberts

• 20 January 2017; Mr. Donald J. Trump; Elected 8 November 2016; West Front, U.S. Capitol; Chief Justice John G. Roberts

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