Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC-01) on Wednesday issued the following statement regarding the inauguration of Joe Biden as President of the United States:
“First, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank President Trump and Vice President Pence for their service to our country and to the American people.
Congratulations are in order for President Joe Biden on his inauguration today as our nation’s next Commander-in-Chief. Right now, our nation is facing deep division and we must do our best to come together as Americans for the good of our country, rather than furthering this division. I am determined to work with the new Administration to move our nation forward and work hard for the Lowcountry and for America.
The work over the last four years to lower taxes, create an economy unlike any other, pursue prison reform, ban offshore drilling, implement Operation Warp Speed, and more, are the things I am most proud of over the course of the Trump Administration. Today, we have to work twice as hard to have any hope of keeping these gains and earning back the trust of the American people. I will continue to work to protect our freedoms, using the Constitution as my guide. And as such, I will continue to be a strong, new voice for all those who seek the same.”
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