GOP’s Mixed Response to Inauguration

GOP's Mixed Response to Inauguration

(UnitedVoice.com) – On January 20, Joe Biden became the 46th president of the United States. His inauguration was massively scaled down as a result of the pandemic and over security concerns. The Republican response to the event was mixed.

Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO) played a prominent role in the event. He spoke to the crowd and called for unity moving forward. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) pointed out that the Left seemed to be more focused on Biden’s predecessor than they were on him.

Speaking of Biden’s predecessor, President Donald Trump wished Joe Biden’s administration luck prior to the inauguration. He said the new administration had a solid foundation thanks to the hard work of his team over the last four years.

Although Inauguration Day didn’t feature the man Republicans wanted, they got through it with grace and kindness; it was a stark difference from how then-President Trump was treated four years ago. Now, as the country moves forward, the Right is tasked with protecting our Republic from Biden’s radical agenda. We’ll keep an eye on both sides and let you know how they’re doing.

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