Is it Necessary to take pledge on 20 Jan for American president even if its a holiday?
I heard in the news that it is written that it must be on 20 Jan, and it is already foreseen if it happens on Sunday.
Yes, the U.S. Constitution dictates that the President will take the oath of office no later than Jan. 20. That is why President Obama was officially sworn into office Sunday by the Chief Justice and again sworn in ceremonially the following Monday.
Is any form of ceremony really necessary in that case? It's the law here, so we do it.
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