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Traditional presidential keg stand cut from inauguration due to safety concerns



Washington, DC - Among the many changes to President-Elect Biden's inauguration on Wednesday, the traditional presidential keg stand has been cut due to safety concerns.


The 200-year-old tradition is a crowd-favorite, so many Americans are disappointed in the decision.


"It's a bunch of malarkey," said one Milwaukee man. "I support the added security, but don't cut the keg stand. It's sacred."


A spokesperson for the event committee told reporters that they made the decision out of an abundance of caution.


"It is essential that President Biden and his administration remain sharp in the event of other security issues," said the spokesperson. "We are also disappointed."


He went on to say that a private keg stand ceremony would be performed in the Oval Office on Wednesday afternoon, and video could be made available as early as Wednesday night.


It is unclear which beer will be featured during the event.



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He went on to say that a private keg stand ceremony would be performed in the Oval Office on Wednesday afternoon and video could be made available as early as Wednesday

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