Trump’s Farewell Ceremony Will Low Attendance | The State

Trump's farewell ceremony will be poorly attended

Trump says goodbye with few people.

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The president of the great mass baths will have a discreet farewell to the White House.

According to the Daily Mail, lower-ranking officials have trouble filling the seats at the farewell ceremony of the outgoing President Donald Trump. It is rumored that attendees have been offered the ability to bring up to five guests for more people to see.

The event will take place at Andrews military base, three hours before Joe Biden’s inauguration as the 46th president of the United States. Security measures prevent the Vice President Mike Pence and other senior Republicans can attend both events.

The information says that former Chief of Staff John Kelly and former National Security Adviser Jonh Bolton declined invitations to go to Trump’s farewell.

Pence and Senate Leader Mitch McConnell confirmed last week that they will attend the investiture of Biden. The magnate will be the first president in 150 years who will not be present at the inauguration of his successor.

Melania’s displant

This Tuesday it was known that Melania Trump Nor will it follow the protocol of inviting Jill Biden, the next first lady, to the White House.

The Trumps will leave Andrews military base for Florida. The president will be in his Mar-a-Lago club when Biden is sworn in as president.

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