Donald Trump did not attend Biden's oath ceremony, yet he carried on this particular tradition

Donald Trump did not attend Biden's oath ceremony, yet he carried on this particular tradition
Donald Trump said goodbye to the White House on Wednesday, and with it, a tainted  legacy of his tenure in American history has never before been marked. However, former US President Donald Trump, who did not attend the swearing-in ceremony, has carried on a walking tradition. Donald Trump has left a message in the White House for his successor Joe Biden.

Under American tradition, the outgoing president writes a message for the next president at the 'Resolute Desk ' in the Oval Office of the White House. According to CNN news, Trump has written a letter to Biden in the White House, following the tradition. In general, the outgoing president's message includes greetings and best wishes.

However, Donald Trump bypassed all other traditions of power transfer in a normal and peaceful manner. He did not attend Biden's swearing in ceremony at the US Parliament House and left for Florida with Melania Trump, just hours before the ceremony.

He was impeached twice in the last four years, and just days before his term ended, he faced a second impeachment charge on the US parliament for inciting violence by supporters. Trump faced a tough defeat from his Democrat rival Joe Biden in an election in the period of the outbreak of the Covid-19 epidemic, but he never accepted it. Instead, he accused the election rigging, which was also dismissed by the administration of the country and Trump's own Republican Party officials.

Trump is the third president to impeach the House of Representatives in American history and the only president to impeach twice. He was also accused of mismanagement of the Covid-19 epidemic.

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