“This is America’s Day, Democracy Day”

In his inaugural address, the new President of the United States, Joseph Biden, declared that “America’s Day, the Day of Democracy” and begged for the unity of the “great nation.”

“This is a great nation, we are good human beings, for centuries, through storms and conflicts, through peace and war, we have come so far, but we still have a long way to go.Joe Biden said.

“We will overcome the challenges,” he said. Biden pointed out, listing climate issues, racism and extremism.

“This is America’s Day, this is Democracy Day, this is the day of history and the hope for renewal. America has been re – tried and America has risen to the challenges.Biden said.

“We must stop shouting at each other and lower the temperature, because without unity there is no peace, only bitterness and anger. Unity is the way forward. Disagreements should not lead to disunity. Between red and blue, between conservatives and liberals.”, A compelling biden.

“The United States has tried. We have come out strongly on this issue. We will fix alliances. We will do our global duty again.”Biden said he would guarantee that the United States would be a reliable partner for global peace and security.

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