President Trump has filmed a video clip saying goodbye to his ruling phase in the White House and creating the path for the incoming administration, the day ahead of Joe Biden’s inauguration.
A media outlet, CNN, confirmed that President Donald Trump recorded the video message with a small number of his staff members on late Monday, and also refers to the incoming administration of Joe Biden in his video. Moreover, he talked about his achievements while acting as the President of the United States of America.
The media outlet further said that it was ambiguous as of Tuesday’s early hours if President Trump will deliver a concession in the video clip.
Melania Trump also shared farewell message
CNN reported that President Donald Trump is likely to spend his complete day in the office while issuing commutations and pardons and approve many other executive orders, but his formal schedule has been observed mostly empty. Besides this, Melania Trump (the first lady) released her farewell video message on Monday.
President Donald Trump is likely to give his final speech as the United States President from Joint Base Andrews Wednesday, where Trump will get an entire military-style ceremony ahead of his departure and inauguration of the incoming administration. Furthermore, the organizers of this program are allegedly hoping to fetch a large number of gathering for the event in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic.
One of the aides of the White House described to a news agency, CNN, that President Donald Trump was founded unconcerned and uninterested in making his last and formal remarks to the nation instead of pushes from his aides to release a prime-time speech or previously filmed video message that highlights his accomplishments and other numerous victories during his reign.
The White House staff member also described that President Donald Trump has yet to draft a letter to the incoming President, such as former President Obama had pushed for Donald Trump.