‘Pandemic’, ‘Inequity’: The words that made to US President Joe Biden’s inauguration speech
- Joe Biden took the oath of office on Wednesday
- The US president, giving hope to Americans, shared his vision for the country and pleaded for unity
- The 78-year-old President referred to America three dozen times more than any other presidents
US President Joe Biden, who made a record by becoming the oldest President in America, made history with his powerful speech, reported Washington Post.
He took the oath of office on Wednesday and in his speech, the new President used words such as 'inequity', 'pandemic' and 'extremism', that have never been said before in any inaugural address.
The US president, giving hope to Americans, shared his vision for the country and pleaded for unity.
Some new words that reflected in Biden’s speech were 'pandemic' 'deaths', 'economic fallout' and recent far-right violence. He was the first new president to say “white supremacy.”
The 78-year-old President referred to America three dozen times more than any other presidents. According to the Washington Post, some inaugural speeches haven’t used America or a variation at all.
Biden also used collective words, such as 'you' and 'we' more than any other president. It was the highest since 1925.
His speech included more from a collection of words relating to religion than any inaugural speech since Dwight Eisenhower. The words included faith, prayer, God and church.