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Joe Biden to be sworn in as 46th US President, with a ‘national empathizer’ role

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Joe Biden is set to be sworn in today as the 46th President of the United States, taking the reins of a country divided after four years of Donald Trump. Biden is expected to take a different approach to Donald Trump from day 1, after a scaled-down inauguration ceremony, as FRANCE 24’s François Picard and Douglas Herbert report from Washington.

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