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President Elect Daniel Harvith, is about to be sworn in as new President of the United States

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The oath of office is given in front of thousands of cheering Americans in front of the Capitol.

Chief Justice Roberts: "Please repeat after me "I, your name, do solemnly swear..."

Daniel Harvith: "I am sorry. I was texting. What did you say?"

Chief Justice Roberts: "Please repeat after me. I, your name, do solumny swear...."

Daniel Harvith: "I, your name, do solemnly swear...."

Chief Justice Roberts: "No Mr. Harvith. You must say your name."

Daniel Harvith: "Daniel Harvith."

Chief Justice Roberts. "No. Say exactly this...I Daniel Harvith, do solemnly swear..."

Daniel Harvith: "Exactly this."

Chief Justice Roberts: "Never mind. I'll say it for you. I, Daniel Harvith, ....

Daniel Harvith: "Wait. You are not Daniel Harvith. I am."

Chief Justice Roberts: "Never mind. Is it OK for you to be President of the United States?"

Daniel Harvith: "Did you say "Is it OK for Jew...?" ?

Chief Justice Roberts: "No, I said "You.""

Daniel Harvith: "I'm sorry, I was texting. What did you say?"

Chief Justice Roberts: "Are you now President of the United States?"

Daniel Harvith: "Not until I take the oath of office."

Chief Justice Roberts: "I hereby declare that Stephen Harvith is President of the United States."

Daniel Harvith: "I am Daniel. Stephen is my dim witted father, of dubious genetic background."

Chief Justice Roberts: "Never mind. I hereby declare YOU, Daniel Harvith, President of the United States."

Daniel Harvith: "Me? I have no respect for a country which would stoop so low as to elect me President of the United States.

The crowd gasps.

Chief Justice Roberts: "Whatever Mr President."


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