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Three vice presidents at the Senate on Wednesday -- Biden in the spotlight
Jan 3, 2018 - CNN
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WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Three vice presidents are on Capitol Hill Wednesday as two new Democratic senators are sworn in.

Per tradition, the current vice president, Mike Pence, participated in ceremonies for Alabama's Doug Jones and Minnesota's Tina Smith. The new senators were first formally sworn in on the Senate floor, then they each took part in individual ceremonial swearing-in in the Old Senate Chamber.

Former Vice President Joe Biden accompanied Jones, who won a December special

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