Here's a quick game we can all play today to lighten the mood and feel a little smarter...LOL.

January 20, 2021, we as a country get ready to witness the inauguration of the 46th President of the United States of America Joe Biden. To celebrate on the Wakin' Up with CJ and Jess Show, we decided to play a little game to test the Hudson Valleys knowledge of past Presidential inaugurations with some help from Mental Floss.

No matter what your feelings are when it comes to politics, this is a game everyone can play and it might be something fun for you and the family to play around the dinner table tonight.

Here's how to play, I'll give you five different inauguration statements and all you need to do is try and figure out which ones are true and which ones are false. Before you read the statements, DON'T SCROLL DOWN, until after you answer each one. (Answer true or false for each one.)

1. George Washington decided to rhyme his inaugural speech and it went over so horribly that it is now illegal to do so.

2. Abraham Lincoln took an inauguration photo standing near John Wilkes Booth, his future assassin.

3. Donald Trump is the first President to skip the inauguration of the following President since Richard Nixon.

4. Each President personally writes their own oath of office.

5. Inauguration Day used to be on July 4th.

6. George Washington had to borrow money to travel to New York City for his first inauguration.

Get your answers together, here's the answer key....

1. George Washington decided to rhyme his inaugural speech and it went over so horribly that it is now illegal to do so.
(False. His inaugural speech was the shortest inauguration speech on record. It was less than two minutes long)

2. Abraham Lincoln took an inauguration photo standing near John Wilkes Booth, his future assassin.
(True.)

3. Donald Trump is the first President to skip the inauguration of the following President since Richard Nixon.
(True)

4. Each President personally writes their own oath of office.
(False. The President is required to recite a specific oath under the Constitution.)

5. Inauguration Day used to be on July 4th.
(False. It started on March 4th with George Washington and that became the official day, until the 20th Amendment moved the day to January 20th.)

6. George Washington had to borrow money to travel to New York City for his first inauguration.
(True. No word on how much or who he borrowed from...LOL)

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