Trump and family expected at Mar-a-Lago on Inauguration Day

Florida is set to welcome its newest family, as President Donald Trump along with the first lady and the rest of his family are set to arrive at Mar-a-Lago on Palm Beach Wednesday.

As President-elect Joe Biden is being sworn in on Inauguration Day, Trump will be at his island home.

President Trump plans to leave Washington D.C. early because, once the clock strikes noon, he will no longer be president and no longer have access to Air Force One.

Trump is set to give a farewell speech 8 a.m. Wednesday at Joint Base Andrews during a military-style ceremony.

Vice President Mike Pence will not attend Trump’s farewell event. He said his duties surrounding the inauguration do not allow him to be there for Trump’s sendoff.

Meanwhile, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D) the soon-to-be Senate majority leader said there is much work to be done.

“Over the next several weeks, the Senate must accomplish three essential items: A second impeachment trial of Donald Trump, the confirmation of President Biden’s cabinet and other key officials and legislation to provide much needed, almost desperately needed COVID relief,” Schumer said publicly.

Trump was expected to pardon as many as 100 people Tuesday during his last full day in office.

Reporter:Morgan Rynor
Writer:Jack Lowenstein
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