The Texas Republican has faced criticism over his admonishment of President Joe Biden's decision to rejoin the accords.
Thousands of National Guard troops were deployed to Washington, D.C. to provide extra security for the inauguration.
The new president has vowed to "fight as hard for those who did not support me as for those who did."
The new president is already facing criticism over his actions following his inauguration on Wednesday.
The new president swiftly began enacting measures to shape his own agenda and reverse the actions of his predecessor Donald Trump.
The outgoing president has previously alluded to running in 2024, with comments having hinted at feeling he has unfinished business.
The outgoing president had previously criticized the climate change campaigner, who had admonished him and other world leaders for "failing young people."
The outgoing president now faces majority disapproval, according to polls, having initially seen those asked to rate him more divided.
The Republican congressman spoke of looking to "continue to harness the energy of the Trump movement."
Actions related to the COVID-19 crisis, climate change and racial equality are to be among the first taken as he begins his tenure.
The outgoing president announced 73 pardons, with the former fundraiser who aided his efforts in 2016 among them.
While their hero Donald Trump will be out of office, diehard followers of Q's theories are likely to adapt as opposed to giving up.
The president faces a Senate trial and the prospect of being barred from holding office, however he might still look to turn the situation and outcome to his advantage.
There is speculation about the president making final use of his clemency powers as his time in the White House draws to a close.
The coronavirus crisis continues to cause economic hardship across the nation, with continued calls for further direct payments to assist those struggling.
The senator had bemoaned "cancel culture" after facing a backlash following the violence of January 6.
Polling has shown growing dissatisfaction in how action has been communicated, as cases continue to rise and the number of deaths linked to COVID-19 in the U.S. nears 400,000.
The president became the first commander-in-chief to be impeached twice following the violence of January 6.
The president had long persisted with attacks on his soon-to-be-successor, though now a lack of outlets and his desire to counter a backlash following January 6 have stifled such slights against Joe Biden.
Democrat faces focus being drawn elsewhere as he looks to set the nation on a course of his choosing.
The House GOP conference chair has faced calls to resign from that position by some colleagues who objected to her stance.
The West Virginia Democrat has previously spoken cautiously on the topic of $2,000 stimulus checks, suggesting he wants further relief to be more targeted.
Several Republicans have criticized the actions of corporations and social media platforms in recent days, as a backlash over the events of January 6 continues.
Many of those surveyed also backed the president to be the party's 2024 nominee, with him having hinted to another run previously.
The president is facing sustained criticism over his actions surrounding January 6, which may continue to impact him after he leaves office.
A number of lawmakers have faced criticism after backing President Donald Trump's push to overturn his election defeat.
The president's adversaries continue to push his impeachment as part of a sustained backlash against him following the events of January 6.
The potential of the president being impeached for a second time looms, amid a sustained backlash over the deadly violence at the Capitol on January 6.
The Vermont senator said the president should "be removed from office immediately and held accountable."
Questions were posed over whether the president has succumbed to pressure to resign, as he continues to face backlash following events at the Capitol on January 6.