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It's called Inauguration Day. In 2009, I believe it's on January 20, though I could be wrong.

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Q: What do you call the day that reconizes the swearing into office a newly elected president of the us and when is it?
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Ceremony held when a newly elected president swears loyalty to the constitution and takes office?

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