WASHINGTON D.C. — (01-20-21) — Former presidents Bill Clinton, George Bush, and Barack Obama came together during the inauguration of president Joe Biden and vice president Kamala Harris to be a party of this special Celebration of America.

The three began by addressing the importance of a “peaceful transfer of power,” with George Bush saying…”The mere fact that they were standing here, having that conversation on such a historic day, speaks to the institutional integrity of our country.”

All three former presidents called on all Americans to come together for harmony and unification and stressed the importance of Americans coming together to make a better future for our country.

“So this is an unusual thing,” said Bill Clinton. “We are both trying to come back to normalcy, deal with totally abnormal challenges, and do what we do best, which is try to make a more perfect union. It’s an exciting time.”

Former president Barack Obama noted that Americans should be listening to those they don’t agree with in addition to those we do.

“One of my fondest memories of the inauguration was the grace and generosity that President Bush showed me and Laura Bush showed Michelle [Obama],” Obama said. “It was a reminder that we can have fierce disagreements and yet recognize each other’s common humanity and that as Americans we have more in common than what separates us.”

Several conservative commentators said that the former president was sending a thinly veiled dig to both Donald and Melania Trump, who left Washington D.C. on Wednesday without welcoming the Biden’s to the White House, a proud tradition of the USA.

Trump also did not attend Biden’s Inauguration Day event, becoming the first president to miss the swearing in of his successor since Andrew Johnson in 1869.

It’s a new day America!

Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

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