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An inauguration is a formal ceremony to mark the beginning of a major public leader's term of office. The "inaugural address" is a speech given during this ceremony which informs the people of his/her intentions as a leader. Political inaugurations often feature lavish ceremonies, in which the politician publicly takes his or her oath of office in front of a large crowd of spectators. The equivalent ceremony in another jurisdiction may such as to be called a "swearing in". A monarchical inauguration is similar to what in another jurisdiction may be called a coronation or enthroment.
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Who gave the shortest inauguration speech?

George Washington, the 1st US President, gave the shortestinauguration speech, at just 135 words. Abraham Lincoln's secondinauguration speech was very short as well.

What did JFK say in his inaugural speech?

if you want to see it I think you tube has it but here is the texy Vice President Johnson, Mr. Speaker, Mr. Chief Justice, President Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon, Presid

What is inaugural speech?

An inaugural speech is one given by the president. It is a speechthat he uses to introduce himself and the plans for the country.

What is a inaugural speech?

An inauguration is a formal beginning, or the time when something started happening officially. The President of the United States makes an inaugural speech to mark the beginn

What is the purpose of the inauguration day speech?

The speech is the new President's first opportunity to address the nation as President of the United States.. Most will use this time to discuss their plans and initiatives f

What was Kennedy's inaugural speech about?

Inaugural Address of John F. Kennedy. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1961 Vice President Johnson, Mr. Speaker, Mr. Chief Justice, President Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon, President T