Trump spoke about unwillingness to attend Biden's inauguration

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Trump spoke about unwillingness to attend Biden's inauguration

The current US President Donald Trump spoke about his unwillingness to attend the inauguration of Democrat Joe Biden on January 20. He wrote about this on his Twitter account.

“To everyone who asked: I will not go to the inauguration on January 20,” wrote the head of the White House.

Earlier on January 8, the US president, who lost the elections in November last year, stood up for the Americans who voted for him.

On January 6, a rally of Trump supporters who do not recognize the results of the November vote, which elected Biden as president, ended with the storming of the Capitol building and clashes with police. Five people died in the course. The current American president himself still refuses to admit defeat in the elections, but promises to peacefully transfer power to Biden.

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