A new term for the vice president means a new official portrait.
The White House Monday released a new official portrait of Vice President Joe Biden for his second term. The portrait, taken Jan. 10 by Biden's photographer, David Lienemann, shows a smiling Biden standing with his arms crossed in front of a painting flanked by the American and vice presidential flags.
The new portrait replaces this one, taken in 2009:
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