According to the Traditions, A president’s final day in office typically includes a front-row seat at the inauguration and a formal meeting with his successor, but president trump has planned things his own way.
Donald Trump stated that he will not be attending the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Joe Biden’s on Wednesday, Instead, the president is planning to leave the White House Wednesday morning for a send-off ceremony at Joint Base Andrews, according to people familiar with the matter. He’ll then fly to Florida, where he is expected to spend much of his post-presidency.
Moreover, Mr Trump is anticipated to participate in a ceremony at Joe Based Andrews, at around 8a.m, in accordance to the invitation of the event.
The U.S Officials confirmed that more than 200 service members are expected to participate in Mr. Trump’s formal departure, which is expected to include a 21-gun salute, a color guard and other ceremonial units, Mr Donald Trump is likely to make remarks the officials stated.
Furthermore, Donald Trump’s Daughter Ivanka Trump Expressed her Grief on the following incidents saying that the last four years have been an incredible journey for her reflecting her time as an advisor to her father, She was also proud of the achievements of her and Trump’s achievements as she added “I came to Washington to fight for American families and I leave feeling I’ve done that.”
Ivanka also prayed that God gives “wisdom, courage and strength to President-elect Joseph R Biden, Dr Jill Biden, Vice President-elect Kamala D Harris, Doughlas Emhoff and all of the leaders, judges, officers and officials who devote themselves to service of the public”.
“As Americans we must all pray for their success,” Ivanka Stated