Suzi LeVine, the new U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein, became the first ambassador to take the oath of office on an E-reader last week.
The State Department released on Monday a photo of LeVine's swearing-in ceremony, during which she took the oath of office through a copy of the U.S. Constitution on an E-reader:
The State Department said LeVine chose to take the oath of office on an E-reader. She was sworn in by Vice President Joe Biden during a White House ceremony. LeVine began her job on Monday.
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