President Barack Obama was sworn into office on Sunday just before noon ET, officially starting his second four-year term.
President Barack Obama begins his second term in office with a small private swearing-in on the traditional date, January 20, and, because that is a Sunday, the large-scale public event on Monday, January 21.
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