Biden and Trump’s inauguration speeches compared

From Donald Trump’s “American carnage” to Joe Biden’s “without unity there is no peace,” the two U.S. presidents’ inauguration speeches could hardly have been more different.

In 2,411 words over the course of 22 minutes, America’s 46th president sought to use his address to warn of the peril the country faces from the coronavirus pandemic and its own internal divisions, while simultaneously reaching out to his predecessor’s supporters.

In length, style and content, POLITICO analyzed how Biden’s first address to the nation as president compared to Trump’s and the presidents that went before him.



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