While Donald Trump has said he will not attend the inauguration of U.S. president-elect Joe Biden on Friday, January 20, the outgoing president’s vice president Mike Pence will be marked as a sign that the Trump administration’s conflict is growing: Is expected. The steady flow of resignation.
Education secretary Betsy DeVos became the second member of the Trump Cabinet in the aftermath of an attack on the Capitol, after traffic secretary Elaine Chao on Thursday. DeVos condemned Trump’s investigation for the attack and said it was “unconscionable.”
National Security Adviser Matt Pottinger and former Trump Chief of Staff and Special Envoy Mick Mulbarney are among the top officials who quit. Republican lawmakers are urging others to remain so that the unpredictable president is not left to their device. Especially because he feels isolated and is in danger of taking office.
Trump said on Friday that President Trump became the first US president to skip the inauguration of his successor in 1869, saying, “I will not go to the inauguration of January 20 to all who requested.
According to news reports, after years of slavery loyalty, Pence, who has shown increasingly independent from the president, plans to attend. He or his office did not deny these reports. Indeed, according to follow-up reports, he is actually waiting for an invitation.
Former Republican President George W. Bush, who publicly criticized Trump, is expected to attend Biden’s inauguration with his wife Laura Bush, his spokesman appealed to Republican lawmakers the day before Congress meets to prove Biden’s election. He said he sent a clear message. To the authentication at the request of Trump.
Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosaline Carter will not be present, the spokesman said. They are 97 and 93 years old and are mostly at home due to recent Covid-19.