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'Will Be Back In Some Form': Trump Leaves White House For The Last Time, Skips Joe Biden's Oath

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In his final remarks before leaving the White House, Trump said, “We love the American people and again it has been something very special. And I just want to say goodbye, but hopefully, it’s not a long term goodbye. We’ll see each other again. We will be back in some form."

'Will Be Back In Some Form': Trump Leaves White House For The Last Time, Skips Joe Biden's Oath

US President Donald Trump, who is breaking with a century-old tradition by skipping the inauguration of his successor, Joe Biden, left the White House for the last time early on Wednesday morning.

In his final remarks before leaving the White House, Trump said, “We love the American people and again it has been something very special. And I just want to say goodbye, but hopefully, it’s not a long term goodbye. We’ll see each other again."

Before boarding Air Force One for Florida on Wednesday ahead of the inauguration of his successor, Joe Biden, the outgoing president Trump told his staff, supporters and family members at Joint Base Andrews outside Washington: "This has been an incredible four years. We've accomplished so much together. I will always fight for you. We will be back in some form."

He was accompanied by First Lady Melania Trump.

Trump did not address Biden by name but said he wishes the new administration "great luck and great success."