Here's What You *Didn't* See on Television During President Biden's Inauguration

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Photo credit: Pool - Getty Images
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From Cosmopolitan

Finally—after four incredibly long (and at points, painful) years, we can look ahead to a brand new administration taking over the White House and restoring order to American government! A certain orange man has left the building so President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris can officially get to work. But between all the marching, musical performances, and speeches, there's actually a TON of stuff that happened behind the scenes that didn't make it to your television or live stream. Let's dive into it, shall we?

Bernie Sanders re-wore his famous jacket from the "I am once again asking..." memes.

Bernie also wore the cutest lil mittens.

Jen Ellis, the Vermont-based designer of the mittens, said she made Bernie's pair from repurposed wool sweaters and fleece made from plastic bottles. Eco-chic!! (And yes, Jen is taking orders in case you wanna grab a pair for yourself.)

Elizabeth Warren showed major love to Planned Parenthood.

It's called a statement scarf, look it up.

People low-key thought Prince William and Kate Middleton scored an invite to the inauguration.

I mean, this woman's eyes and hair look very Kate, don't you think?

Capitol police officer Eugene Goodman escorted Vice President Kamala Harris and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff.

As a reminder, Eugene Goodman is the Capitol officer who did his duty by holding off rioters during the pro-Trump insurrection of the U.S. Capitol Building two weeks ago.

Barack Obama told Kamala Harris how proud he is of her.

Photo credit: Pool - Getty Images
Photo credit: Pool - Getty Images

"So proud of you," Barack told Kamala before the proceedings, according to Nicholas Fandos, congressional correspondent for The New York Times.

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