Outgoing US President Donald Trump flew by helicopter on Wednesday, January 20. He thus leaves the White House after four years in office, a few hours before the swearing in of Joe Biden, who arrives in Washington posing as a unifier of a divided, worried, bruised country. “I will come back one way or another”Donald Trump said from the tarmac at Andrews military base (Maryland).
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The presidential Marine One helicopter, carrying Donald and Melania Trump, flew shortly after 8:15 a.m. (2:15 p.m. KST) from the gardens of the White House. Speaking only a few words, the outgoing president referred to a mandate “fantastic four years”, representative “the honor of a lifetime”.
The outgoing president first went to Andrews Air Force Base for a farewell ceremony, before taking off one last time aboard Air Force One to join his Mar-a-Lago club, in Florida.