On Wednesday, January 20, Donald Trump and Mike Pence left the White House. 

President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be taking their places in office.

Editor's Choice: Greta Thunberg Totally Roasted Trump As He Left The White House For The Last Time

On Tuesday, Donald Trump delivered a lengthy farewell speech to America, thanking a long list of people including Mike Pence and the entire Pence family. 

Meanwhile, Pence's farewell message, posted to Twitter, did not mention the president even once. 

"Thank you for the privilege of serving as your Vice President these past four years, it has been the greatest honor of my life," wrote Pence. 

"On behalf of our Wonderful Second Lady, Karen Pence, and our entire Family, Thank You and God Bless America."

This omission has not gone unnoticed in the comments section and comments such as "Hmm, I noticed you left out the guy that picked you as his running mate," and "where's Trump?" fill the thread. 

Check your cameras, Canada! A Liberal MP was left feeling “embarrassed” after he accidentally showed up to a virtual House of Commons conference totally naked.

MP William Amos, who represents the Quebec riding of Pontiac, shocked his fellow members of Parliament on Wednesday when he appeared on screen wearing no clothes at all.

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'Family Feud Canada' Wants Your Whacky Family On The Show & Here's How You Apply

Pick your family members with the "quickest wits and spunkiest personalities."

If you and your family are funny, knowledgeable, and comfortable in front of the camera, this is your sign to apply for Family Feud Canada

If you're keen to apply and you live anywhere in Canada, teams of five family members who are over the age of 18 are invited to fill out applications online.

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President Joe Biden will be making an announcement today saying that he will be moving up his original deadline for allowing all adults in the U.S. to be eligible for the COVID vaccine by two weeks.

The president stated in early March that all adults should be eligible by May 1, but now plans on moving that date to April 19, according to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.

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