President Barack Obama will urge his divided nation to unite around common values Monday, launching his second term with a plea for ideological foes to unpick America’s ugly political deadlock. US President Barack Obama takes the oath of office in the Blue Room of the White House in Washington on January 20, 2013. Obama, sworn in for four more years in a private ceremony Sunday, will repeat the oath of office before a crowd of thousands wrapped up against the chill at the white-domed Capitol building, which is draped in huge US flags.After Obama spent an exhausting first term battling the worst economic storm in decades and waging partisan warfare with Republicans, his second inauguration lacks the historic and hopeful promise of the first in 2009.Yet Obama, 51, has a legacy to defend, including a historic health care law and a retrenchment from draining wars abroad, and he is vowing to make good on the promise of a fairer economy, which anchored his re-election win.He signaled late Sunday, at a reception for supporters, that he would dwell on the “common good” and the “goodness, the resilience, neighborliness, the patriotism,” of Americans when he gives his address for history on… Read full this story
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