From climate change to immigration, the U.S. is no longer a world leader. Since he took the presidential oath 135 days ago, President Donald Trump has moved to severely undercut the role of the United States on the global stage, be it on trade, climate change or foreign relations.

From climate change to immigration, the U.S. is no longer a world leader. Since he took the presidential oath 135 days ago, President Donald Trump has moved to severely undercut the role of the United States on the global stage, be it on trade, climate change or foreign relations.

Why There’s a Specific Presidential Oath of Office | David J. Shestokas

Why There’s a Specific Presidential Oath of Office | David J. Shestokas

Secretary Of Interior Takes Presidential Oath Of Office | Full report at theonion.com

Secretary Of Interior Takes Presidential Oath Of Office

Secretary Of Interior Takes Presidential Oath Of Office | Full report at theonion.com

FORTY-FOURTH INAUGURAL CEREMONIES - Vice Presidential Oath of Office Administered to LYNDON B. JOHNSON.  -- January 20, 1961

FORTY-FOURTH INAUGURAL CEREMONIES - Vice Presidential Oath of Office Administered to LYNDON B. JOHNSON. -- January 20, 1961

George Washington was inaugurated as the first president of the United States in New York City on April 30, 1789. The inaugural ceremony took place on the balcony of Federal Hall on Wall Street. Washington took the presidential oath of office, administered by Chancellor of New York Robert Livingston in view of throngs of people gathered on the streets. The inauguration marked the commencement of the 1st 4-year term of George Washington as President of the United States.

George Washington was inaugurated as the first president of the United States in New York City on April 30, 1789. The inaugural ceremony took place on the balcony of Federal Hall on Wall Street. Washington took the presidential oath of office, administered by Chancellor of New York Robert Livingston in view of throngs of people gathered on the streets. The inauguration marked the commencement of the 1st 4-year term of George Washington as President of the United States.

About the U.S. Presidential Oath of Office: Do they always hold a Bible?

About the U.S. Presidential Oath of Office

About the U.S. Presidential Oath of Office: Do they always hold a Bible?

Lyndon Johnson taking the Presidential Oath of Office Canvas Art - John ParrotStocktrek Images (16 x 13)

Lyndon Johnson taking the Presidential Oath of Office Canvas Art - John ParrotStocktrek Images (16 x 13)

Lyndon Johnson taking the Presidential Oath of Office Canvas Art - John ParrotStocktrek Images x

Residence, of one of America's Gilded Age era president, Chester A. Arthur, (1829 - 1886). The 21st President, who served in office, from c.1881 - c.1885. Location: 123 Lexington Avenue, between 28th & 29th Streets, sketch, (on left), from c.1885. This residence served as the location, where Arthur took the Presidential oath of office, in July c.1881. After President James Garfield's assassination in, May of c.1881. ~ Image of home today, as it stands, (on right). ~ {cwl} ~~ (Image: 6sqft)

Before the White House: The New York City Homes of U.S. Presidents

Residence, of one of America's Gilded Age era president, Chester A. Arthur, (1829 - 1886). The 21st President, who served in office, from c.1881 - c.1885. Location: 123 Lexington Avenue, between 28th & 29th Streets, sketch, (on left), from c.1885. This residence served as the location, where Arthur took the Presidential oath of office, in July c.1881. After President James Garfield's assassination in, May of c.1881. ~ Image of home today, as it stands, (on right). ~ {cwl} ~~ (Image: 6sqft)

The Oaths of Office for Various Federal Employees and the Military The Presidential Oath of Office.

The Oaths of Office for Various Federal Employees and the Military The Presidential Oath of Office.

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