Obama became the first president sworn in four times

Monday, January 21, 2013

Obama became the first president sworn in four times

When the oath of office at noon on January 21st  (U.S.), Obama will become the first president in the history of this country sworn to four times for the second term.

Obama became the first president sworn in four times
Obama was sworn in before Judge John Roberts in the Green Room of the White House on yesterday January 20th, 2013.

President Barack Obama was officially sworn in for a second term on Sunday, in a brief ceremony held in the Green Room at the White House. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts has presided over the oath as required by the U.S. constitution. According to information from the White House, First Lady Michelle Obama, daughters Sasha and Malia attended this oath.
"He has done," President Obama told the girls after the oath of office.
Obama, in fact this is the third time he was sworn. In celebration of his historic inauguration on
January 20th, 2009, Judge Roberts have read upside oath, so Obama must be sworn in the next day.
The inauguration ceremony ever done on 20/1, the first official day of his presidency. But because 20 this year falls on a Sunday, so public inauguration ceremony was held on
January 21st.

So when President Obama was sworn in ceremony today, before an estimated 800,000 people flocked to the National Mall national park, it will be Obama's fourth oath.
According to ABC News, President Franklin Roosevelt was also sworn in four times, but because he was elected four times.
And in the forthcoming oath, Roberts and Obama certainly not going to happen any errors. After the presidential election on 6/11 "two men exchanged a copy of the oath, each word correctly, dots and place emphasis in word reading sworn 35", an official organization inauguration said.