US President Donald Trump said he was not going to be at Joe Biden’s inauguration. The inauguration of the 46th American President will take place on January 20.
“For everyone who asked: I will not go to the inauguration on January 20,” the president wrote on Twitter.
Also, the head of the White House said that he would not allow disrespect for the Americans who voted for him in the elections. “The 75 million great American patriots who voted for me, America First, Make America Great Again, will retain their most powerful voice in the future. There will be no disrespect or inappropriate attitude towards them in any form or form !!! ” He wrote in another tweet.
Mr Trump continues to insist that the presidential elections were flawed. However, he admitted that his headquarters used all legal possibilities to challenge the results of the vote. The head of the White House also promised a peaceful transfer of power to the new president. The statement was made after supporters of Donald Trump burst into the building of the US Congress, where the approval of Mr. Biden’s victory took place. The National Guard was deployed to drive out the protesters.
On the position of Donald Trump – in the material of “Kommersant” “I fought for American democracy.”