By Kamie Roesler

It was a big day for Senator Amy Klobuchar as the Minnesota native was the first to officially introduce President Biden to the world, following the oath of office.

“My fellow Americans, a moment we have all been waiting for. It is now my great privilege and high honor to be the first person to officially introduce the 46th president of the United States. Joseph R. Biden Jr,” Klobuchar said.

Klobuchar, donning her Gopher gold, or maybe Vikings gold, played a key role as the M.C. of the inaugural ceremony. She was front and center for much of the program, opening with a brief speech of her own.

"This is the day when our democracy picks itself up, brushes off the dust, and does what America always does...goes forward as a nation, under God, indivisible, with Liberty and justice for all," she said.

Klobuchar tweeted about attending an inaugural service at the Cathedral of Saint Matthew before heading to the Capitol.

No stranger to history, Klobuchar has been recognized as the first woman elected to represent Minnesota in the U.S. Senate. Wednesday, she was part of another first.

“We celebrate our first African-American, first Asian-American, and first woman vice president, Kamala Harris. When she takes the oath of office little girls and boys across the world will know that anything and everything is possible, and in the end, that is America,” she said.

The event didn’t go without a few jabs towards good ‘ol Minnesota.

“Well I should have known when Senator Klobuchar is involved there would at least be a touch of snow up here this morning.” Sen. Roy Blunt, (R) Missouri, said.

Blunt helped organize the inaugural event with Klobuchar.

While a year ago she envisioned perhaps being on the same stage for a slightly different reason, Senator Klobuchar seems to be pretty happy with how things went Wednesday, tweeting "Well, that was great."