It took two people to write this?
From  the New York Daily News' Kenneth R. Bazinet and David Saltonstall the article headlined, "Shades of inauguration as President Obama begins with gaffe':
President Obama delivered a smooth speech Tuesday night. But just like Inauguration Day, it began with a gaffe. After Obama ended his high-fiving march to the podium, the rookie President started to launch into his address. "Madam Speaker," he began. What he forgot is that the House speaker always introduces the President first. And Nancy Pelosi wasn't about to let her moment pass - she quickly cut him off to give her formal introduction.
Did Obama suffer a gaffe at Inauguration Day when Chief Justice John Roberts messed  up the oath? Not really. Was Obama's start to his speech Tuesday night in any way newsworthy? Of course not.