Trump Departs White House; Says ‘It’s Been a Great Honor’
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump has left the White House for the final time as president. After Trump emerged from the building he spoke briefly to aides and supports and said, "It’s been a great honor.”
Trump now heads to Joint Base Andrews in suburban Maryland, where he’ll have a military sendoff. Four U.S. Army cannons are set up for a 21-gun salute.
Trump then flies to Florida, where he’ll stay at Mar-a-Lago. Trump is leaving Washington just hours before Joe Biden takes the oath of office.
It’s the first time in more than a century that a sitting president has rejected the tradition of attending his successor’s inauguration.
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