Donald Trump won’t attend Joe Biden’s inauguration, will throw a Nazi rally instead

Trump Presents the Medal of Freedom to Dan Gable

In January 2017, I was disappointed that all the former presidents came out for Donald Trump’s inauguration. Barack Obama had to be there, he felt his presence was needed and he wanted to show the symbolic transfer of power to a white supremacist nutjob. But the Clintons? The Bushes? Jimmy Carter? I felt like they should have and could have skipped it. Well, no surprise, Donald Trump probably won’t turn up to see Joe Biden’s inauguration. We should expect zero of the niceties and protocols of transition, including the out-going First Family greeting the new First Family to the White House on Inauguration Day. It looks like the Trumps will already be in Florida. The Orange One wants to throw a Nazi rally for himself on Inauguration day.

President Donald Trump is discussing the possibility of announcing a campaign to retake the White House in 2024 on Inauguration Day and skipping the swearing-in of his successor, according to three people familiar with the discussions. There is “preliminary planning” underway for a Jan. 20 event to kick off a new Trump bid, the people familiar with the discussions said, though it’s possible the president could make the announcement earlier as no final decisions have been made.

Regardless of the timing of a campaign announcement, Trump is not expected to attend the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, according to the people familiar with the discussions. He also does not plan to invite Biden to the White House or even call him, they said. Biden transition officials said Trump’s attendance at the inauguration, or lack thereof, won’t affect their plans.

But Trump is keen on the idea of formally launching a 2024 campaign on Inauguration Day because that’s when he filed for re-election in 2017, people familiar with the discussions said. Trump has recently told some advisers he wants to announce a 2024 campaign shortly after the Electoral College meets on Dec. 14, the people familiar with the discussions said. If he were to announce earlier, he could still hold a campaign-style event or rally on Jan. 20. The Daily Beast first reported that Trump might hold a rally on Inauguration Day. The Trump team has been weighing whether to extend the lease on his 2020 campaign headquarters in Virginia or move the small team that’s left elsewhere, one person familiar with the discussions said.

[From NBC News]

So if this happens, what will he do? Take Air Force One down to Florida and then they’ll just leave his ass there, as the plane flies back to Washington? The plane has to be on stand-by for the president as soon as he takes office. As for Trump not attending Biden’s inauguration… I actually don’t care about it? Like, I want people to have as nice a time as possible and Grumpypants Crybaby Loser pouting and stomping his widdle feet would be a buzzkill. If Trump really does throw himself a suckybaby Nazi rally on January 20th… well, the tale of Two Americas, really. One America believes in science, respect, honor, duty and reality. The second America is a racist, delusional death cult.

Here’s Hillary Clinton talking to Howard Stern about Trump’s inauguration.

Trump Presents the Medal of Freedom to Dan Gable

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  1. Fuzzy crocodile says:

    Can we just not cover what he does then? No coverage of his rally. Brief or no mention of his absence at the inauguration. Let’s not make the spectacle of his rally as he wants and focus on fixing our problems.

    • MapleAngel says:

      I agree. This should have been the strategy from day one. Ignore him. He thrives on attention. Just focus on the damage done and the wonderful solutions in the future.

    • Tulipworthy says:

      Exactly. I hope no news outlet covers it.

      • (TheOG) Jan90067 says:

        He will be preaching to his choir, on OAN, and Newsmark. They don’t believe he “lost”. He’ll be in his element, still getting cheered by the very people he’d scrape off the bottom of his shoe.

    • Jodi says:

      yes! please. enough covering this buffoon except to point out all the ways he’s lying and cheating the american public.

    • Implicit says:

      Exactly! I will absolutely boycott any outlet giving him a platform once he’s out of office. There is no duty to talk to or about him ever again

    • MF1 says:

      Yes, the media needs to make a pact to completely ignore his rally. Give him no headlines or airtime.

    • minx says:

      I’m not concerned about him in 2024. Cheeseburgers will take care of him by then.

      • BeanieBean says:

        That’s pretty much my thinking. If on the odd chance his carcass is still around at that time, his brain will be long gone.

      • Becks1 says:

        Honestly, this is the reason why the idea of him running in 2024 doesn’t bother me too much, as long as the media stops giving him air time. It’s going to mess up the Republicans much more than the Democrats and that’s if he makes it to 2024, which I doubt.

      • Anne Call says:

        Cheeseburgers and NY state AG.

    • Anna says:

      Agreed.

    • Lizzie says:

      Amen. I think Obama, Bush, Clinton and Carter(if he can) will all take trumps role and support Joe. Cheeto won’t be missed one bit.

  2. Alexandria says:

    Doesn’t matter. Ask him to stay home or go golfing. He doesn’t matter.

  3. Becks1 says:

    I think traditionally, he would be able to take Air Force One one last time after he’s out of office (although its not AF1 at that point). I remember the Obamas took it to California the same day Trump was inaugurated (I think they left immediately after the ceremony?) But AF1 immediately turned around and went back to DC, so even if Trump did take it to Florida, its not like it would be there for a campaign prop for him.

    Of course he’s going to do whatever he can to distract from Biden’s inauguration and from his entire presidency. My biggest hope is that media outlets give him less oxygen for the next 4 years. I don’t need all of his tweets covered, or every rally he gives. He can only distract from Biden’s inauguration if we let him.

    • Mac says:

      Legit networks carry live coverage of Inauguration Day. No one will care what Trump is doing.

      • Seraphina says:

        Mac, unfortunately the MAGALooneys will be all too willing to cause problems and keep the issue of a legit election in teh spotlight. Instead of bringing us together on this day Trump will continue to sew seeds of doubt and mistrust. The GOP needs to tell him to sit down and STFU.

    • Melissa says:

      There’s 2 “Air Force 1″ planes, exactly the same. So there’s still a kitted-out plane on standby even if he’s riding one to Florida. It’s only technically “AF1″ when the sitting president is on it, otherwise it’s just a really nice plane, lol.

      • Betsy says:

        The world’s fanciest courtesy car.

      • Becks1 says:

        Oh I know this from West Wing lol! (about the two planes.) But regardless, the plane that takes Trump wherever will immediately turn around and go back. It’s not sitting around waiting for him to have his rally.

        I was reading a story yesterday about how they had to change the call sign for AF1 when it was flying Nixon away, because as soon as Ford was inaugurated it was no longer Af1. So they had to change it mid-flight lol.

    • Betsy says:

      They’re already giving him so much less air. Someone retweeted a pic of the NYT main page and his name wasn’t mentioned in any of them. In a sense, he’s dead to the media. He’ll always be a Nazi circus clown with a death cult, but Twitter has said if he violates the rules again, he can be punished like anyone else. He’s just not going to be important.

    • Dara says:

      @Becks1, I think the relevant word in your first sentence is “traditionally”. I know they won’t do it, but my dark, vindictive heart wants Biden and the Air Force to ignore tradition and find a way to keep Trump from using the planes after Biden takes the oath. Or slap him with a bill when he lands because he no longer is in office at that point. Can I volunteer to be the one to tell Trump (after the fact of course) that “traditionally” the outgoing president gets the voucher for his last free ride on Air Force One from the new president when they shake hands at the inauguration?

      • Becks1 says:

        I know, wouldn’t that be beautiful? If he refuses to follow any traditions, why should Biden? I wonder if that’s part of why Trump is going to get out of town early. He is worried Biden will say “no” to air force one after he’s inaugurated, so he’s going to take it while he still can without having to ask permission .

  4. Seraphina says:

    Well, George W captured Trump’s Presidency very succinctly and eloquently: well that was some weird shit! Love it. Great clip, thank you for sharing that one Kaiser.
    Trump cares nothing about this country nor the citizens that live in this country. He only cares about two things: his pockets and his ego.

    • Elizabeth says:

      George W Bush was a war criminal and supported torture. I don’t fucking care if he maybe said one thing one time in secret.

      • Seraphina says:

        @Elizabeth, I respect your opinion on the matter, but I find it quite interesting to hear these comments. He is a former President and it was said to a woman who ran and almost won the election (and a former Senator and former first lady). Regardless of what he is, his comment is interesting.

      • Arpeggi says:

        Not “was”, he still is a war criminal. Same for Cheney, Rumsfeld and Rice. They lied, they faked evidences to start a useless, endless war, they should be in jail waiting for Trump to join them

      • Seraphina says:

        Also, let me point out the sheer absurdity of the situation here, we have a former president who earnestly said that about Trump’s speech and he has blood on his hands. That’s the magnitude of the craziness with Trump.

      • Larisa says:

        @Seraphina
        yeah, but what does that prove, exactly? To me, it seems to say that Americans care about messing up their traditions, conventions, and protocols more than about messing up other countries and lives, and that’s not exactly something to chuckle at?

      • Seraphina says:

        @Larisa, nothing to laugh at indeed and the disgustingness (if that is a word) has left me numb to what politicians have done. I do know this (because I was forever attacked when traveling abroad as a young American woman due to American politics) and I am not saying this is correct – nations truly only care about their own self interests. Rarely do we see humanitarian – truly humanitarian purposes. It’s been that way throughout history. Facts are frosted over to protect the public from rioting if the truth comes out. It is a sad fact. But this conversation needs a good drink as we dive into history, politics, psychology and philosophy.

      • Anna says:

        Agreed.

      • Poisonella says:

        Veteran here. Agree totally. a lot of civilian lives were lost- all because Sadam Hussein objected to the Saudis cross drilling into Iraq.

      • Lady2Lazy says:

        @ Elizabeth, you are right!! And we can thank Karl Rove for the development of the fake war for the crimes that GB committed. As I read it, Rove told Bush he would win re-election IF the country was at war, which is exactly what GB did. These are horrific crimes that they committed and the fact that they walked away without punishment is astonishing!! Now had Obama or any other Democrat president commit one misstep, Moscow McConnell would have had a telescope up the arses of everyone.

    • Betsy says:

      It was a really true comment by W.

    • ThatsNotOkay says:

      Excuse me, but it’s actually spelled “contry.”

      • Seraphina says:

        Well, if FFQC can have her entire narrative changed then she can pull off changing how words are spelled.

  5. Still_Sarah says:

    No real surprise here. Perhaps it’s better that Trump isn’t there pouting on the world stage. It would be a distraction.

    • Esmom says:

      I agree, his presence would only taint the proceedings. Best to start with a clean slate, free of the guy who destroyed every norm and protocol like a bull in a china shop.

    • Liz version 700 says:

      💯 agree. Him pouting and being a man-baby would just be annoying. A fresh start is best for all

    • Lady D says:

      I think his pouty sulking rage face should be put on mugs. I’d buy one just so I could laugh at him.

    • Amy Too says:

      I hope he leaves a few days early so there’s time to actually clean and disinfect the White House. I worry about that. And you know Trump and Melania and all their peons wouldn’t wear a mask for the inauguration stuff or the meeting the new first family on the steps. I think it’s much safer that he’s not there. I don’t want my new President getting sick or having to quarantine for weeks because he was exposed to a maskless idiot who’s been hanging out with covid positive people for months.

      • schmootc says:

        Yes, they definitely need to clean that place out. God knows what bugs he and his ilk have tracked in there, besides Covid.

  6. Noki says:

    What an absolute juvenile and shameful thing to do, it really is extraordinary this monster actully managed to complete the four years. America please never again!

    • Esmom says:

      It really is the ultimate in petty and juvenile. So very Trumpian, though.

    • Sumodo1 says:

      I would also worry about the “other” type of “bugs,” the surveillance-type bugs Trump might leave behind in the WH. Trump was certain (a delusion) Barrack Obama bugged Trump Tower, so I think he’s got to top that. Brrrr, what a delusional president he’s been.

  7. Mrs. Smith says:

    If he throws the rally in the afternoon on the 20th, Biden officially becomes President. The feds can just pop on over to arrest Trump on the spot for sedition. It’s a win-win!

  8. Darla says:

    I think it would be terrible if he did go, because he is literally incapable of not making everything about him. I also have no doubt he will attempt to delay the return of airforce one. Just stupid spite. Every move he makes every word he says over the next 4 years will be out of spite and a desire for revenge.

    That’s why I hope he isn’t around the whole 4 years.

    • Lightpurple says:

      Darla, as of noon January 20, 2021, he will have no control over Air Force One or any other government vehicle. A plane will take him out of Washington if he wishes but as on noon, it won’t be called Air Force One and he will have no authority over the crew. His Secret Service will also be diminished. He had better have his own car waiting for him, as Mitt Romney discovered the night he lost in 2012 and needed to find his own ride home.

  9. Izzy says:

    Another superspreader event. Of course. Right on brand as befits his campaign.

  10. Ches says:

    Airforce 1 is only AF 1 while the current president is on board. There are other planes as backup and have their own code name until it’s use for the president, when it becomes AF 1.

  11. Genevieve says:

    The thing that continually amazes me is that not only is he incredibly thin-skinned, but he’s also so willing to show his weakness to the world, continually. While obviously thinking he’s the tough guy. I’m just flabbergasted by it.

    • GuestwithCat says:

      Exactly this. I was raised up in the values of my mother’s mixed cultural background, which though diverse among themselves share a value on humility and dignity. His sort of behavior would bring deep shame and embarrassment to the family. Lol I think it does for his niece, Mary, which is why she wrote a book to let the world know she isn’t part of all that despite having the same family name.

      I can not imagine what other countries think of him being leader of the US. Or what they think of so many of us electing him to our highest office. It’s deeply embarrassing. My mother attained US citizenship for the sake of my daughter a few years ago. Now she’s embarrassed to speak to her family that is scattered all over different islands and countries. Some of her relatives who are Brazilian might be able to relate, though. But she lost touch with them when I was still little.

  12. Chill says:

    I’ll agree with W. for once. The last 4 years have been some weird shit.

  13. Digital Unicorn says:

    Of course he will but will the MSM cover it? Unlikely as they will be too busy fawning over the new President to pay attention to a 1 time loser. Even if he does announce another run it still won’t steal the Biden inauguration headlines. He and the MAGAts only think it will.

    The only way he will get all the attention is if he outs that fact that there are aliens on Mars called the Galactic Federation – apparently he was going to out them and they talked him out of it. The twitter tag about it is hilarious.

    Please peoples of the pleiades, please save us from 2020!!!!

  14. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    It’s disgusting. He knows his base will love him skipping transfer of power. Means it didn’t happen. He could do a flyover and dump 100 tons of feces on everyone and half of America would absolutely LOVE it. The country of two faces. Feces.

    • Betsy says:

      I really hope someone, somewhere addresses the brainwashing and propaganda that has quieted the brains of so many.

      Yes, they were already misogynists and racists, but the volume has been turned up. They question literally nothing the GOP does and nothing is too far for them. It’s unreal. There’s no sense of shared humanity with them.

  15. Michael says:

    Trump has his own huge jet so maybe he will not even take Air Force One. I am glad he will not be at the inauguration to ruin it. I am sure he will hold some super spreader rally in Florida that will end up killing hundreds because he has zero compassion for the world or his own followers. At this point, if they are dumb enough to keep going to these things I not going to worry about them either

    • Dee says:

      It’s not about him having the means to get to Florida on his own, its about maintaining the illusion of Presidential power. It’s the exact reason we had the carnival of Hatch Act violations for the Republican Convention at the White House this summer. He’s all about appearances, and holding a rally on Inauguration Day with AF1 in the background gives credence to his nonsense about it not being a fair election, and him still being the legally elected President. It’s really disturbing, and the lack of Republican spines makes me wonder about a shadow government in my dark moments.

    • Arpeggi says:

      The advantage of using a government plane is that they can be certain they left the WH. The poor staff has about 3 hours to completely redecorate the place for the new 1st Family so they don’t have time to waste with his tantrums

      • Dara says:

        If I were the incoming president, I would tell them to take their time and make sure the place is completely disinfected first. Just thinking about sleeping in the same room Trump did for four years gives me the icks.

      • CL says:

        The White House should be tented and fumigated.

  16. Bookie says:

    I hate that petty POS. I hope he gets arrested on January 21, 2021.

    • MF1 says:

      I think the NY AG is setting on a bunch of charges that she’s gonna file on Jan. 20th at 12:01 PM, just as soon as he’s out of office. That will certainly take headlines away from his Nazi rally.

      • Jaded says:

        Letitia James is a rock star. She’s filed 60+ lawsuits against the Trump administration this year, everything from voter suppression to threatening to withhold the covid vaccine from New York, his shady financial dealings, Hatch Act violations and letting predatory lenders charge overly-high interest rates to vulnerable citizens. And I think that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

  17. Chimes@Midnight says:

    I think Trump might be very surprised by the lack of support he gets from the Republican party over his 2024 bullshit [insert Mariah Carey "I don't know her." gif here]

    • lillyfromlilooet says:

      I think you might have heard it from chimes@midnight first!

      If feels likely that once he leaves the WH, it’s back to business without him.

  18. TIFFANY says:

    HRC’s head swing.

    Oh, I know that head swing. That head swing had kept me out of trouble a few times.

  19. Jenn says:

    No one wants him there anyway.

  20. LightPurple says:

    Inauguration Day is usually jam-packed with activities and traditions for the new President, from the arrival at the White House, to the trip to the inauguration site, the attendees filling into the seats, the speeches, the luncheon with Congress while the departing family boards a helicopter and disappears from sight, to the first acts signed (Bye, bye Gag rule), the parade, and the balls. Of course, Biden’s will be scaled back a million times unfortunately but nobody will be paying attention to the spoiled brat and his fellow traitors.

    • Betsy says:

      I can’t wait until we see the backs of these ashholes.

      I also can’t wait until we see the front of them in various courts.

  21. Sean says:

    Double post. Please delete.

  22. Sean says:

    On the day he is officially no longer president, Donald Trump will be throwing a rally in public at an actual location that has an address?

    Good! The AG of NY will know exactly where to find him.

    • Tiffany says:

      She is not up for re election until 2022 so, she will be busy.

      That should be her slogan, ’62 indictments on the Trumps. x number successful’.

  23. Liz version 700 says:

    There are 2 Air Force One planes. One would fly the Orange Baby Dictator to Fl and if it was on the 20th the call signal would change at noon and the other plane would become AF1. And yes they would fly him down and leave him there and he can call a cab away from the Nazi rally. There is always one AF 1 ready for the current president’s use. I wonder if the Biden’s will have to stay in a hotel for a few days while the White House is deeply fumigated to control the friggin Covid hot spot. The nightmare will end but for the Trumps the grift will go on sigh.

  24. Marigold says:

    I love Hillary. I will always be with her.

  25. Liz version 700 says:

    Oh man I called it. I said Trump would go to Marlago for Xmas and never come back and now “sources” are saying he may do that. Perfect. It isn’t like he is actually doing anything Presidential. I’ve always felt safer when he was playing golf.

  26. Teebee says:

    Such actions and behaviour are totally on brand with Trump.

    What I do hope to see is Trump’s eventual decline out of the spotlight. If his only support comes from the buffoons that currently make up his most fervent base, he will grow very tired of “campaigning”. The money will dry up, because these idiots only have so much to give. He will get older, more enamoured of the cushy nerf golf life, and may just lose interest in the whole charade.

    Plus if he is embroiled in lawsuits and bleeding money, there is little time to spend worrying about 2024. He’s a gnat with a flea’s attention span. I doubt he has the stamina for 2024.

  27. molly says:

    I’m still mad she lost.

  28. Rocķy says:

    How many inauguration events could there be? Won’t covid affect it? There may be nothing else for the media to cover

  29. Leah says:

    A plane previously known as AF1 might fly him to Florida to dump him into a swamp on 1/20 but it’s making it’s return trip, empty. It barely escaped his idea of a paint job and who knows what horrors have been inflicted on the interior.

    It needs to be disinfected and have an exorcism done to it before Biden can use it.

  30. Amelie says:

    Are any of surprised though? We knew he would be a sore loser, though I don’t think even I could have predicted the waste of time of dragging out of baseless lawsuits of election fraud and using as a Rudy Giuliani as a puppet of farcical distractions. We also knew if he lost, he wouldn’t bother to go to Biden’s inauguration or greet him at the White House. He won’t leave Biden a letter either in the Oval Office, a tradition that goes back to Bush Sr. And I don’t think anyone of us, including the Biden-Harris transition team, want Trump there. He’ll be a distraction and the media would needlessly focus on him. Let him begone. He can “relaunch” his election campaign but my guess is by 2024 his cognitive abilities will have significantly deteriorated and he won’t be mentally fit (not that he ever was to begin with).

  31. Louisa says:

    I’m still in awe at the strength it must have taken Hillary to attend his inauguration. And I will always be with her.

  32. grabbyhands says:

    It’s not a surprise and it’s not like anyone wants him there, but unfortunately it is more damage done to the process of a peaceful transfer of power and we are going to be feeling the effects of it for years to come.

  33. jferber says:

    Embarrassing and shameful are the only words for that fool. And it’s all about the money and attention. He’s raised hundreds of millions already with his crybaby “I won the election shit.” God, it was good to see Hillary Clinton in that clip. Howard Stern was surprisingly decent and nice to her. I don’t wonder if they are friends now. I guess a motherfucker’s gonna be a motherfucker, after all.

  34. anon says:

    I think everyone should pretend to go along with him. Then AF1 drops him at Guantanamo instead of MarLago. Where be deserves to be.

    • BeanieBean says:

      I’d like him dropped over the Everglades, so the gators & pythons could take care of him. There’d be no trace afterward, so no worries about polluting the ‘glades.

  35. jferber says:

    There was a great article in the New York Times yesterday about trump being like Joseph McCarthy was in the 1950′s. Very interesting parallels.

  36. lanne says:

    Sometimes I wonder how far the trump loonies loyalty to him actually goes. If he pulls a Jim Jones and and decides to go out in a flame of glory how many people would literally drink the Flavorade and feed it to their kids? I just saw a program about Jonestown and how many people were prevented from escaping, and were actually injected with the flavorade. But lots of people were so inured that they drank it willingly and fed it to their kids. People who study cults have a wealth of information to process–the Trump loonies may go down as the biggest cult in US history. How far would they willingly follow? Where’s the line in the sand? Trump grows increasingly paranoid and erratic. He’s starting to sound a lot like David Koresh and Jim Jones with their paranoia and god complexes. It’s incredibly morbid to consider this, and I’m not sure if this comment will get deleted. I’m talking around the issue as much as possible for that reason. But I can’t help wonder how far this all goes with some of his true believers. I saw someone post on reddit that they had given half their life savings to Trump’s fund. He’s raised 200 million from a lot of people who probably can’t afford it (would people raid their own retirement funds or their kids college funds to send money to Trump?)

    Is there an endgame to this?

    • Kate M. says:

      @lanne – I remind my husband about Jonestown every time he asks how people can be so blind…that people didn’t just take it themselves, they gave it to their children, their babies. Because of Trump’s actions and encouragement, a hate group was actively planning to kidnap and/or execute Governor Whitmer. He’s like Charles Manson, sending out his loyal acolytes to do the evil dirty work and then stepping back to claim innocence for himself and deflect the blame onto others.

    • BeanieBean says:

      You bring up some interesting, and disturbing, questions. Definitely something to think about.

    • schmootc says:

      I too have been thinking about Jonestown a lot lately. I seem to recall a cult expert attending one of Trump’s rallies and speaking about how it really is a religious type of fervor. Which is scary as hell, considering how so many of those have ended.

    • Acon says:

      It’s hard to imagine mass suicides like that for Trump, although I’m sure there would be some. However, they’re kind of already in a mass suicide… experiment? with their opposition to masks and distancing.

    • Leah says:

      I remember seeing a documentary where they played the audio of the last moments of Jonestown. Damn it was heartbreaking, the mothers were crying and the children were screaming. Jones kept saying “mother, mother, please…” to calm the women down. Alot of those people didn’t go to their end willingly, they were shot. I don’t think the magats will put up a struggle, they will stand in line for their cup of grape flavorade or kool aid as they have been for the last five years.

      Personality wise, I think Trump is more like Charlie Manson than Jones. Manson murdered people to start a race/class war, and Trump is trying his best to start one before he leaves. Manson was a master manipulator, so is Trump. My friend who was in college at the time of the murders said to me once that things were never the same again because it was a loss of innocence and as the cops walked out of the Tate house, these seasoned cops vomited on the lawn from what they saw. We don’t live far from where Charlie set up shop, the remains of the Spahn ranch are about a ten minute drive from here.

  37. elfie says:

    All I can say is any municipality stupid enough to host that degenerate grifter’s rallies should get cash money up front for the venue. He will not pay his bills, and taxpayers should realize if he’s allowed to have his klan meetings in their town they will get shafted.

  38. L4frimaire says:

    Trump is just an absolute disgrace. This just makes him look like the ridiculous fool that he is. The thing is once out of power, who is going to stick by him. He will cut off so many other ambitious GOP presidential hopefuls if he goes out with this announcement now. He may have his loyalists, but ambition and power will win. Looking forward to the Biden inauguration.

  39. Aimee says:

    Real classy of them. It’s ok though, the REAL former Presidents will be there.

  40. emu says:

    Pathetic. Please just go away!

  41. Emmitt says:

    Whatever plane Biden is on is “Air Force One.” Biden could be on a Jet Blue Airlines plane or a crop duster and that plane becomes “Air Force One.” Trump could take the actual “Air Force One” down to Florida but the minute Biden is sworn in, the plane Trump is on ceases to be Air Force One and will not be recognized as Air Force One by the transportation authorities.

  42. Amando says:

    I don’t want him there tbh. He didn’t belong there in the first place. I’d be happy to never see or hear from him again. Go to Florida and retire.

  43. GuestwithCat says:

    Ah good, I don’t want to see his bloated orange self or his corpse bride rolling their eyes and trying to make the day about them.

    I had made some modest (because I’m broke taking care of feral cats) donations to the Biden Harris transition fund so I got on their mailing list. They sent a link to their inauguration store that raises money for their inauguration events. There is some cute merchandise humorously similar to the stuff my Animal Crossing character was able to get from their Animal Crossing Island. I got a bunch of stuff for me and my family and we will wear the clothing and use the glasses to toast the inauguration from the safety of our home. I got my daughter a Kamala t shirt because she’s so excited about the first female VP. lol I got Biden Harris socks for myself because since the pandemic and winter weather started I run around in socks and hardly wear shoes. It’s all about the socks!

    It’s going to be a fun evening celebrating the inauguration of a president and administration that actually cares we are dying and getting permanent handicaps and losing our jobs and homes, instead of how many people show up to kiss his ass.

    F Trump. To put it in terms he would understand, I don’t like people who lose. I hope someone somewhere says that to his face and tells him that’s for our fallen and wounded soldiers and in memory of John McCain.

  44. paddingtonjr says:

    The only coverage I would like to see of his event is on SNL where Alec Baldwin plays Trump for the last time. Oh, and Donald, no one care if you come to Biden’s swearing-in or not: the sooner you leave DC, the better!

  45. mama cat says:

    I hope that they arrest the whole lot of them , then kill them by firing squad for their attempts to overturn democracy through all their bs. Every state ha certified the election. He is on record as trying to subvert democracy every day, but calling the Governor of Georgia to invalidate the election, is beyond pale Also, Lady Graham calling the Secretary of State to do the same thing. Shoot them as the traitors that they all are. (McConnell of course being included in this batch of traitors. ) They forget that as soon as the Russians can’t call the shots they are all exposed as liars, thieves and traitors)
    Go SDNY!! Arrest them on the tarmac.

  46. Mina_Esq says:

    I think it will be a shock to his system when he suddenly realizes that the press pool reporters are no longer following him and that CNN and MSNBC aren’t reporting on his every crazy Tweet. Eventually his supporters will tire out too.

  47. JustJJ says:

    I hope Emperor Baby Fists is slammed with so many lawsuits on Inauguration Day that he never sees the end of them and I hope all his Nazi rally money and then some is spent overnight in a futile attempt to avoid jail time for himself and the Siblings Nagini.

  48. February-Pisces says:

    I love how much of a sore loser he is, it make this defeat so much more satisfying.