According to Article 2, Section 1, Clause 7 of the US
Constitution, the first word is "I".
George Washington was sworn in for the first time in New York City,
Federal Hall in New York City
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Harry Truman in 1949 was the first to have his inauguration televised.
The presidential oath of the United States is in the original Constitution (Article 2, Section 1, Clause 8).
The first time the presidential oath of office was taken in January was at the beginning of Franklin D. Roosevelt's second term on January 20, 1937.
United States President Herbert Hoover took the Presidential Oath on March 4th, 1929 in the United States Capital. This oath was administered by William H. Taft.
Pierce took the oath on March 4, 1853.
The first President to say the words "so help me God" as the end of his Presidential oath was President Chester A. Arthur in 1881. Each President since then has used those words.
No - the Presidential Oath is usually administered by the Chief Justice of the US.
1963, immediately following the death of President Kennedy.
The inaugural oath of office. Before the President-Elect takes the oath, he is not the President. After he takes the oath, he is President.
The person that administers the presidential oath may be any judge as far as I know, but usually the person is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States of America.
Promise is another word for oath. Affirmation is another synonym for oath.
The oath to which President Kennedy referred in his inaugural address was the Presidential Oath of Office. It was administered just before his speech.