Trump ‘wants to leave White House on Air Force One and hold rally to steal spotlight from Biden inauguration’

DONALD Trump reportedly wants to leave the White House on Air Force One and hold a rally to “steal the spotlight from Joe Biden’s inauguration.”

Trump’s rumored dramatic departure plan comes just more than a month before president-elect Biden is set to replace him in the White House on January 20, 2021.


Trump is said to be considering leaving the White House in a dramatic Air Force One exit[/caption]

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After leaving the White House, Trump is said to be considering heading to Florida for a rally[/caption]

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Trump’s rumored departure plans are said to be in an attempt to draw viewers away from president-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration[/caption]

Sources told Axios Trump is considering leaving The White House for the final time on the Air Force One plane and Marine One.

After leaving Washington DC, Trump is said to be considering heading to Florida, where he would hold a political rally.

The rally is said to be an attempt to draw viewers away from Biden’s inauguration, as the Democrat is sworn in as the 46th president of the United States.

At the rally, Trump is said to be possibly announcing a run for president in 2024, sources told NBC.

Trump’s possible departure plans were revealed after Biden last week said he thinks it’s important that the Republican attend his inauguration – but he doesn’t personally care if he does or not.

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At the rally, Trump is rumored to be announcing a presidential run in 2024[/caption]

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Trump’s holding a rally would pull viewers away from Biden as he’s sworn into office[/caption]

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Biden will take office on January 20, 2021[/caption]

“I think it would be important only in one sense – not in a personal sense important – in the sense that we are able to demonstrate at the end of this chaos that he’s created that there is peaceful transfer of power, with the competing parties, standing there, shaking hands, and moving on,” Biden told CNN’s Jake Tapper.

“I really worry about the image we’re presenting to the rest of the world.”

He added: “it’s no personal consequence to me.

“But I do think it is in the country,” he said.


Biden last week said he does not personally care if Trump attends his inauguration[/caption]

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Biden said he thinks it’s ‘important’ that Trump attend his inauguration[/caption]

The White House would not comment on Trump’s departure plans, and spokesperson Judd Deere told Axios: “When President Trump has an announcement about his plans for Jan. 20 he will let you know.”

Reports of Trump’s possible departure and rally on inauguration day comes as he has refused to accept the results of the election.

Trump and his campaign have made repeated baseless claims of voter fraud, as they continue to say he won.

Elections officials and Attorney General Bill Barr have said there is no evidence of voter fraud that would alter the results.

Last week, California certified the results of the election, securing Biden more than the 270 electoral college votes needed to win the presidency.

On January 20, 2021, Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn into office.


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