A Day of Historical Firsts

The most experienced person to become President. The first Black, Indian-American woman to be Vice President.

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When he takes the oath of office as the 46th President of the United States on January 20, 2021, Joseph R. Biden Jr. will be 78 years old and will be the oldest person to ascend to the office. He was elected a Senator at age 29, and even…

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Dr. Zach Zachariah

Dr. Zach Zachariah

Ph.D. chemist with an M.B.A. | Enrolled Agent | Writes on science | economy | taxes | public interest topics | American politics | Indian-Americans | COVID-19

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