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“However, reaching the 60-member mark with Franken's swearing-in does not automatically guarantee Democrats the ability to end GOP-driven filibusters.”
“We did it in Saddam's palace and I can think of nothing better," he told troops later, after the swearing-in event.”
“Ouattara said he will settle into the presidential palace in the coming days, but that a swearing-in ceremony is not a priority and will take place at a later date.”
“Walk the same route Lincoln took to the Capitol for his swearing-in by following Pennsylvania Avenue to the Willard Hotel.”
“Also Monday, the prime minister postponed the swearing-in of his new Cabinet for further consultations.”
“Panetta made this remark at his swearing-in ceremony earlier in the day Friday, before the president's certification was announced.”
“I was supposed to have been a key speaker at a certain state's swearing-in of a group of newly naturalized Mexican citizens on Sept 15, 2007.”
“Since their swearing-in, many freshmen members of the 112th Congress are consistently pushing a religiously motivated agenda, from attempting to defund Planned Parenthood to investigating the patriotism of American Muslims.”
“I wrote recently about the "buried lead" when I wrote about Mayor Emanuel's invitation to the swearing-in of Chicago Treasurer Stephanie Neely and City Clerk Susan Mendoza.”
“A series of explosions following his swearing-in ceremony killed at least 16 more people.”
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