Trump said on Twitter: I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th
Datetime: 2021-01-09 09:26:59
On January 8 local time,Trump said on Twitter that he would not attend Biden\'s inauguration on January 20
At 3:40 a.m. local time on the 7th, after the US Congress resumed its session, it officially confirmed Biden\'s victory in the general election, and Trump also expressed his willingness to "orderly transition" for the first time. The day before, on the afternoon of January 6 local time, a group of Trump supporters protesting against "election fraud" in Washington rushed into the US Capitol building, and the ongoing joint meeting of the house and the Senate to confirm the final result of the election was suspended. Members of Parliament were evacuated in an emergency. The protestors confronted and clashed with military and police forces. Police opened fire on the spot and at least four protestors died in the conflict. Many American politicians and media, including former President George W. Bush and a number of Republican congressmen, accused the protestors of being "thugs", and frankly said that it was trump who incited the "riot" and the voice of "removing trump" was rising.
Biden responded that Trump\'s absence is a good thing, according to CNN on the 8th.
Biden also accused Trump of "embarrassing this country, embarrassing us around the world. He is not worthy of the post. " In addition, Biden also said that he was very happy that vice president attend his inauguration.