Outgoing US President Donald Trump said on Friday that he would not attend the swearing-in ceremony of the country’s newly elected President Joe Biden on January 20.
US President Donald Trump announced on Friday that he would not attend the oath-taking ceremony of Joe Biden. January 20 is the swearing-in ceremony of the new president of the United States, Biden. Biden welcomed Trump’s move, saying it was a good thing. Biden told reporters in Wilmington, Delaware, “While coming here, I was told on the way that he (Trump) indicated that he would not attend the oath.”
Biden said, “There are very few things that he and I can ever agree on. He has become an embarrassment to the nation after recent incidents. It is a good thing for him not to attend the swearing-in ceremony.” He said, “Trump is one of the most incompetent presidents in United States history.”
Outgoing US President Donald Trump said on Friday that he would not attend the swearing-in ceremony of the country’s newly elected President Joe Biden on January 20. Trump said this after promising to ensure a “smooth, orderly and uninterrupted” transfer of power. Trump tweeted, “People who asked me about this, I am telling them that I will not attend the swearing in ceremony on January 20.”
Trump, who claimed a “false” claim of victory for several weeks in the US election on November 3, was not expected to attend the ceremony. The outgoing President of America, Donald Trump, finally condemned the violence in the Capitol Building (US Parliament House) by his supporters on Wednesday, saying that they do not represent America. Trump fell into his breath and vowed to ensure the orderly, uninterrupted and smooth transfer of power to Biden.