WASHINGTON — President Trump will leave Washington early Wednesday morning with a farewell ceremony at Joint Base Andrews before President-elect Joe Biden takes the oath of office, one guest told The Post.
In a break from a century of tradition, Trump will not stay to participate in his successor’s swearing-in and will instead leave the White House and fly to his Mar-A-Lago resort aboard Air Force One around 8 a.m., the source said.
Invitees have been told to arrive at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland by 7:15 a.m. where a crowd of several hundred supporters and former staff will farewell Trump as he leaves Washington for the last time as president.
According to Bloomberg News which first reported the ceremony, invitees have been told they can invite up to five guests and will be expected to wear masks the entire time.
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