Early reports say that President Trump is expected to travel to his Mar-a-Lago resort the morning of Joe Biden’s inauguration. Sources say Trump is planning to bring a few aides to the Palm Beach resort where he is expected to stay after his presidency yet that has not been officially confirmed. Other Trump family members, Ivanka and Jared, are also expected to relocate to Florida after Trump’s presidency.
Fox News reports:
Fox News has learned that the president is also expected to bring a number of staff members with him, including personal assistant Nick Luna; Cassidy Luna, his wife and a deputy assistant to the president; Molly Michael, who currently serves as Oval Office operations coordinator; Cassidy Hutchinson, the director of Legislative Affairs; and press aide Margo Martin.
The president announced last week that he would not attend Biden’s inauguration, in an extraordinary move, making him the first to skip the inaugural ceremony of his successor since 1869.
“To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th,” the president had tweeted — hours before being permanently suspended from the platform.
Trump will be the fourth president to not attend his successor’s Inauguration Day. Former presidents John Adams, John Quincy Adams and Andrew Johnson did not attend their successors’ inaugural ceremonies.
Earlier this week the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump on insurrection charges making him the first president to been impeached twice.