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The US President and Vice-President are both inaugurated on 20 January every 4 years.

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Normally, once every four years. A president and vice-president are inaugurated after being elected. Additionally, a vice-president would be inaugurated if he or she steps up as president.


== == The president-elect and vice president-elect gets inaugurated. This year Barack Obama and Joe Biden get inaugurated.


It depends which president your talking about, Barrack Obama, our current president. He was inaugurated January 20th, 2009.


Because they have to be sworn in . same with the vice president.


William Henry Harrison was inaugurated on March 4th of that year, and his Vice President, John Tyler, became President when Harrison died a month later.


November and the president is inaugurated in January.


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The president who was not inaugurated and only took an oath on his residence was President John Tyler. This was after the death of President William Henry Harrison a month after his inauguration.


From 1789 through 1933, Senators and Representatives started their terms on March 4, the same day as the President and Vice President. Since 1935 they start their terms on January 3.


The first Vice President to become President was John Adams, who was elected as the 2nd president when George Washington declined a third term in 1796. He was also the first sitting Vice President to be elected President.The first Vice President to succeed to the office was John Tyler, when William Henry Harrison (the 9th US President) died on April 4, 1841, just 1 month after being inaugurated.


Lyndon B. Johnson was the Vice President of the United States during the time John F. Kennedy was president. After the assassination of President Kennedy in 1963, Johnson was inaugurated as president.


Theodore Roosevelt was elected the Vice-President of President William McKinley on Election Day in November of 1900. He was inaugurated on 4 March 1901.


The US president is inaugurated in January. That is, whoever is elected in November 2008 will be inaugurated January 2009.



The US President is inaugurated on 20 January every 4 years.


William Henry Harrison died one month after being inaugurated as President.


Lyndon B. Johnson was the Vice President before JFK was assassinated and Johnson was inaugurated as the replacement president.


He was 64 when he was inaugurated President on January 20, 1989 (born June 12, 1924). He was 56 at his first inauguration as Vice President in 1981.


Martin van Buren was inaugurated as the eighth president of the US on March 4, 1837. Richard Mentor was his vice president. Both served just one term.


Levi P. Morton was 64 years of age when elected and inaugurated as the 22nd Vice President of the United States.


There have only been 43 presidents. Barack Obama will be the 44th President when he is inaugurated next month.


Tyler served as vice-president for one month and then became president.


According to Wiki-pedia - "When inaugurated, he will be the first United States Vice President from Delaware and the first Roman Catholic to attain that office."


The US Vice President elected in 1988 was J. Danforth Quayle (Dan Quayle). He was inaugurated on January 20, 1989 and served until January 20, 1993, under President George H. W. Bush, who was his predecessor as Vice President.


He was inaugurated in Washington D.C., he was the first president inaugurated there.



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