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  • Yeah.

  • No, this is not Carnival Day in Pumpkin Center.

  • It is the day of days in Washington D.

  • C.

  • The presidential presidential oath of office.

  • Here comes the inaugural parade.

  • Are you prepared to take the oath of office as president of the United States?

  • I am, sir left hand on the Bible.

  • Raise your right hand, raise your right hand.

  • You will raise your right hand and repeat after me after me.

  • I, William Jefferson Clinton do solemnly swear I, Barack Hussein Obama, George Walker Bush do solemnly swear.

  • And I will faithfully execute the office that I will faithfully execute the office, execute the Office of President to the United States.

  • Faithfully, faithfully the President, Office of President of the United States, the United States paper Well for the best of my ability.

  • Best of my ability.

  • Eisenhower began his second term as leader not only of America, but all free people.

  • Preserve, protect I am defend, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States Constitution of the United States.

  • Vice President Lyndon B.

  • Johnson on the grief stricken widow with takes the presidential oath aboard the jet which brings him together with the body of the late president back to Washington.

  • Flag flies at half staff President Truman asks the full Roosevelt Cabinet to remain in office, so help you God.

  • Oh my God!

  • So help me God.

  • So help me God.

  • So help me God.

  • So help me God.

  • So help me God, so help you, God help me, God.

  • So help me God now, not even for me.

  • And that's what's happening in Washington, D.

  • C.

  • Today, as the term of the 45th US president ends and the term of the 46th leader begins CNN dot com, we'll have live coverage like so many major events.

  • Things will look very different this time around, a far cry from any of the historic clips you just saw.

  • Normally, US lawmakers each get hundreds of tickets to fill about 200,000 seats near the front of the Capitol building where the president is sworn in and hundreds of thousands more people usually come to the National Mall to watch the event from a distance.

  • We don't know how many people will come to watch this year because of concerns surrounding coronavirus.

  • President elect Joe Biden's planning team has asked the public to watch online or on TV from home.

  • As Faras congressional tickets go, each member of Congress will get to one for him or herself and one for a guest, for a total of 1070 seats instead of 200,000.

  • There will be additional seats for other government members, justices of the Supreme Court and the incoming president's Cabinet nominees, and every one of those folks will have to wear a mask.

  • The 45th US President Donald Trump will not be there.

  • Several U.

  • S leaders are known to have avoided their successors.

  • Inaugurations for political reasons.

  • President Trump is the first in 150 years to do so.

  • His last full day in office was Tuesday, the 19th The White House is official schedule said he'd be working through the day, holding calls and meetings.

  • The 46th US President Joe Biden spent part of the 19th attending a vigil for coronavirus victims.

  • He said his first priority is leader will be addressing the pandemic.

  • But he's also expected to release a major immigration proposal on his first day in office and his president elect, Biden, prepared to take the oath of that office the U.

  • S Senate held hearings for his Cabinet nominees, giving the advice and consent required by the Constitution.

  • 12th Trivia.

  • The waters off Ecuador are believed to hold the world's largest population of what bull sharks, sea turtles, manta rays or humpback whales.

  • Large population of the world's largest species of ray is located off Ecuador.

  • Manta rays are classified as vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

  • What that means is that there's a high risk they could become extinct in the wild.

  • Giant mantas can weigh thousands of pounds and have a wingspan approaching 30 ft, but their numbers are decreasing.

  • The US government says the biggest threat to them is commercial fishing, whether they're caught accidentally or targeted for their meat or gill plates, which are used in Chinese medicine.

  • Environmentalists say deteriorating conditions in the mantas habitats are also a problem.

  • But there are a number of organizations working to protect manta rays around the world, and advocates say these animals are easy to love.

  • Thank you.

  • Our ultimate purpose is Thio get manta rays protected worldwide on also to protect their habitat that we know they need to survive.

  • Education is a huge tool for this.

  • We do education with local communities.

  • Also, guests on try and reach out as many people as possible toe inspire them the way we are inspired by the ocean.

  • Oh, thank you.

  • Thank you.

  • When we're out in the field, we collect lots of data.

  • So we collect the I D photos.

  • We also record environmental when we're in the water.

  • So current plankton, whether wind as these are all things that may influence man to sightings.

  • We also have an ultrasound system that we use that can help us toe research the fecundity and reproductive systems on.

  • We also have a system called a stereo video that allows us to measure the mentors.

  • Mhm.

  • Once you see a manta ray, there's no way you couldn't care about them being in the water with them.

  • You understand how gentle they are, how charismatic they are.

  • The more people are aware of manta rays and their environment, the more they're gonna want to protect them.

  • Right?

  • Bye bye.

  • If you think I'm loud, this hotlines a scream, Theo idea.

  • You call it, you scream, you hang up, you maybe go to the website and hear other collar screams.

  • The hotline was created by an elementary school teacher.

  • It says whether people are unhappy, terrified, frustrated or elated.

  • They have perfectly good reasons to scream.

  • Tens of thousands have reportedly called to do this.

  • So it's obviously struck a vocal chord, a cry for you from thousands who wanna let it all shout.

  • Of course, critics might howl in protest.

  • Supporters might shriek with laughter, but I guess if all the voices are raised in high pitched humor, always whale that ends well.

  • Hey, we want to give a shout to ST Martin High School.

  • The students watching in ST Maarten, Mississippi.

  • Hope you don't mind us giving you a holler.

  • That's all the yelling I'm going to do today, at least on air.

  • But we'll see you right back here tomorrow.

  • I'm coral.

  • Jesus, yeah!

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