- A reliable source has claimed that Donald Trump left a letter for President Joe Biden
- This was revealed by Trump's aide, Judd Deere, on Wednesday, January 20
- Deere said the details of the letter are between Trump and Biden
It has been confirmed that the immediate past president of the United States (US) Donald Trump, left a secret letter for his successor, Joe Biden, before the latter's inauguration.
The disclosure was made on Wednesday, January 20, by one of Trump's aides, Judd Deere, who worked with him in the White House, Yahoo.com reports.
Speaking on the write-up by his former principal, Deere said:
"It’s a letter between 45 and 46." By this, he meant it was a secret letter from the 45th to the 46th president of the US.
Meanwhile, Trump praised his government for developing the Covid-19 vaccine in just nine months, a feat he claimed past or future administrations would have struggled with for years.
"They called it a medical miracle. Another administration would've taken three, four, five, maybe even up to 10 years to develop a vaccine. We did it in nine months."
The outspoken American leader also blew his trumpet by noting that he did much to revive the nation's domestic economy evident in the impressive performance of the stock market, especially in the midst of a global pandemic that has ravaged the world at large.
"We passed the largest package of tax cuts and reforms in American history. We slashed more job-killing regulations than any administration had ever done before."
Trump has always prided himself as the US leader who took the issue of border security most seriously. The American leader said he was about to "leave the next administration with the strongest and most robust border security measures ever put into place.
Trump reiterated the fact that he is "... especially proud to be the first president in decades who has started no new wars.
He went on:
"We revitalised our alliances and rallied the nations of the world to stand up to China like never before."
Briefly.co.za also reported that a report has emerged that Vice President Mike Pence did not make any plan to attend the farewell ceremonies of the outgoing president, Donald Trump. According to CNN, a source said Pence said his final goodbye to President Trump on Tuesday, January 19.
The report has claimed the vice-resident will not be at the White House when the president departs, nor is he expected to attend the ceremony at Joint Base Andrews before Trump leaves for Florida.
However, the vice-president has made plans to attend Joe Biden’s inauguration. The report claimed Pence will fly to Indiana after the ceremony.
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