The Book of Blessings approved for the United States of America includes Chapter 69: “PRAYER ON THE OCCASION OF THE INAUGURATION OF A PUBLIC OFFICIAL”. It is not in the original Latin edition. The introduction to it begins:
“1961 The inauguration of a public official is normally a civic function at which representatives of various religious traditions may be invited to offer public prayers.”
The introduction includes:
“1964 The whole prayer may be used or, in addition to the first and last paragraph, one or more of the three central paragraphs may be selected. Paragraph B is for the president, Paragraph C is for the members of Congress, and Paragraph D is for state governors, legislators, judges, and other civic officials.”
The shortest prayer for a female president is:
Almighty and eternal God,
you have revealed your glory to all nations.
God of power and might, wisdom and justice,
through you authority is rightly administered,
laws are enacted, and judgment is decreed.
Assist with your spirit of counsel and fortitude
the President of these United States,
that her administration may be conducted in righteousness,
and be eminently useful to your people over whom she presides.
May she encourage due respect for virtue and religion.
May she execute the laws with justice and mercy.
May she seek to restrain crime, vice, and immorality.
We likewise commend to your unbounded mercy
all citizens of the United States,
that we may be blessed in the knowledge and sanctified in the observance of your holy law.
May we preserved in union and that peace which the world cannot give;
and, after enjoying the blessings of this life,
be admitted to those which are eternal.
We pray to you, who are Lord and God,
for ever and ever.