Joseph R. Biden has been sworn in as America’s 46th President. Now, the Biden Administration will be responsible for salvaging America and the Capitol from where Donald Trump left it. Early this morning former President Donald Trump had a departure ceremony, where he said his last words as president.
“It’s been a great honor,” said former president Donald Trump. “The honor of a lifetime. We’ve had an amazing four years. I just want to say goodbye, but hopefully, it’s not a long-term goodbye. We’ll see each other again.”
While nearly 74 million Americans who voted for Trump in November are sad to see him go, there are other people including Trump’s fellow republicans that are ready for the transition of power. Trump leaves behind a legacy of disastrous events.
The most devastating, Trump’s seemed to be uninterested in leading the nation through the coronavirus pandemic, which has claimed the lives of nearly 400,000 people in the U.S. Most recently, he ran a harsh campaign for reelection and incited an attack on Capitol Hill by his supporters after losing the election.
The matters former President’s impeachment are still being discussed in the Senate, which is set to begin now that Biden has been sworn into office.