Vice President Biden Takes Public Oath Of Office
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Vice President Joe Biden has taken a ceremonial oath office, kicking off the start of his second term as Number 2 to President Obama.
Biden, placing his hand on a family Bible that's been in use since 1893, took a public oath from Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
Biden was formally sworn in during a private ceremony on Sunday at his residence, the U.S. Naval Observatory.
The Constitution requires presidential and vice-presidential terms begin on Jan. 20. Sotomayor also administered the private oath.
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