President Donald Trump has confirmed that he will not be attending Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony set for January 20th.
“To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th.” Said Trump.
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He will be the fourth President in American history to miss the ceremony with the last one happening in 1869 when then President Andrew Johnson declining to travel.
It has also been reported that Trump may travel to Scotland to spend an alone time at his golf, something that has been denied by Scotland first minister who said they will not allow him to enter.
The news comes at a time when there is a growing pressure from fellow leaders even fellow Republicans to accept defeat to end the current disgrace facing the country.
Unemployment in the country is at its worse with over 140,000 jobs coming to an end as at December, bringing to an end a rising employment rate of seven straight months.
The pandemic has made thing head for the worse with many Americans facing unemployment, food shortage and being homeless.