Here are some key highlights from the 'Sore-loser' Donald Trump's farewell address
Donald Trump had addressed the American public for the last time in his Farewell speech. At the same time, he also wished the new President Biden.
Donald Trump's term as President of the US has officially ended after Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America, just yesterday. Donald Trump had addressed the American public for the last time in his Farewell speech. Trump, meanwhile, condemned the violent attack on Capitol Hill on 6 January. At the same time, he also wished the new President Biden.
In a 19 minute long video, that was pre-recorded, Trump said, "Everyone was horrified by the attacks on the Capitol." Political violence is an attack on everything, that we as Americans can never tolerate. During this, he called on Americans to rise above political enmity.
Trump also mentioned the deadly corona virus in his farewell address. "We deal with China with a new strategy," Trump said. Our business relationships had been changing rapidly and tonnes of dollars were being invested in America, but the corona virus had forced us to go in a different direction all-together. "
Recalling his tenure, Trump said, "We all started a mission to make America great again." We built the largest economy in the history of the world. "He said," I am proud to be the first president in decades who has not started a new battle. "
Trump also wished the Biden administration success in the coming days. He said that we now welcome the new administration and pray to keep America safe and prosperous. We convey our best wishes to the new administration.
Trump thanked his wife Melania Trump and his family for their support. He also thanked his Vice President Mike Pence.