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B-roll of the Commander in Chief's Ball in Washington, D.C. as part of the 2013 Presidential Inauguration. Part 5 features Vice President Joe Biden, with the 2nd Lady Jill Biden, speaking to U.S. troops from Korea, and a performance from Jamie Fox. Available in High Definition.

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Date Taken:01.21.2013

Date Posted:01.21.2013 11:11PM


Video ID:279690



Location:DC, US

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