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Published on 20 Jan 2021, 23:45
It’s a great American tradition: the presidential inaugural ball. They’ve existed as long as the presidency itself. In 2017, Donald Trump and Melania danced to Frank Sinatra’s “My Way,” which is Trump’s favorite song. But the highlight was surely when the first lady danced with 29-year-old staff sergeant, Jose Medina. Now, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will get their turn at making inaugural ball history, but with a big difference due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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