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Trump 'is planning a MAGA campaign event DURING Biden's inauguration to announce his 2024 run' and thinks the networks will continue to cover him because the Democrat is 'boring'

Trump is planning an event DURING president-elect's inauguration to announce his 2024 run'

  • Three sources told The Daily Beast Trump is plotting ways to boycott Biden's administration and inauguration 
  • Sources said Trump is considering timing a kick-off event for his 2024 White House campaign to clash with inauguration week or with the ceremony itself
  • This would be a marked departure from protocol with the outgoing president traditionally attending the incoming president's inauguration 
  • The tradition is part of a peaceful transition of power - a grace then-President Barack Obama and Vice President Biden both afforded Trump back in 2017  
  • Obama and Trump were even seen sharing a joke on the steps of the US capitol
  • Obama wrote a letter congratulating Trump and offering his support for his coming term - something Trump called 'beautiful' at the time  
  • Trump took a break from his election legal battle over Thanksgiving weekend to play a round of golf at his club in Sterling, Virginia, Saturday   
  • This week he finally admitted he would leave the White House in January if the electoral college certifies votes
  • He then said Biden can only enter the White House if he proves votes are not 'fraudulent'
  • Sources said Trump is already planning his comeback 2024 campaign 

Donald Trump is said to be considering holding an event during the president-elect's inauguration to announce his 2024 run and has boasted that he thinks the networks will continue to cover him after he leaves the White House because Joe Biden is 'boring'.
Three sources close to the president told The Daily Beast he is plotting various ways to boycott Biden's administration and steal his thunder when he is sworn in as the 46th president of the United States in January. 
Two of the sources said Trump is considering timing a kick-off event for his 2024 White House campaign to clash with inauguration week or with the ceremony itself.



This would be a marked departure from protocol with the outgoing president traditionally attending the incoming president's inauguration as part of a peaceful transition of power - a grace then-President Barack Obama and Vice President Biden both afforded Trump back in 2017.  

It comes as Trump took a break from his election legal battle over Thanksgiving weekend to play a round of golf at his club in Sterling, Virginia, Saturday for the second day in a row. 

He saluted and sported a 'MAGA hat' as he disembarked Marine One at the Trump National Golf Club, with his sons Eric and Don Jr. and Don Jr.'s girlfriend Kimberley Guilfoyle in tow. 

Don Jr. on Wednesday claimed he was 'cleared' of COVID-19 in time for Thanksgiving, despite only announcing his infection the Friday before.  

The Trump family celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday at Camp David with all the president's adult children pictured at the presidential retreat Friday ahead of their father flying in after his golf game. It is not clear if Barron and First Lady Melania Trump joined them.   

The president continues to refuse to publicly concede the election to Biden but finally showed signs of caving this week, when he admitted he would leave the White House in January if the electoral college approves his rival's votes. 

Trump took a break from his election legal battle over Thanksgiving weekend to play another round of golf at his club in Sterling, Virginia, Saturday

Trump took a break from his election legal battle over Thanksgiving weekend to play another round of golf at his club in Sterling, Virginia, Saturday

Trump drives a golf cart as he plays golf at Trump National Golf Club Saturday after celebrating the holiday with his family at Camp David

Trump drives a golf cart as he plays golf at Trump National Golf Club Saturday after celebrating the holiday with his family at Camp David

He saluted as he was disembarked Marine One at his golf club wearing a 'MAGA hat', with his sons Eric Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberley Guilfoyle in tow

He saluted as he was disembarked Marine One at his golf club wearing a 'MAGA hat', with his sons Eric Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberley Guilfoyle in tow

Trump is said to be considering holding an event during the president-elect's inauguration to announce his 2024 run. Pictured Trump with sons Eric and Don Jr. and Don Jr.'s girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle

Trump is said to be considering holding an event during the president-elect's inauguration to announce his 2024 run. Pictured Trump with sons Eric and Don Jr. and Don Jr.'s girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle

Trump has reportedly boasted that he thinks the networks will continue to cover him after he leaves the White House because Joe Biden is 'boring'

Trump has reportedly boasted that he thinks the networks will continue to cover him after he leaves the White House because Joe Biden is 'boring'

Trump on his golf course for the second day in a row Saturday. The Trump family celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday at Camp David with all the president's adult children pictured at the presidential retreat Friday ahead of their father flying in

Trump on his golf course for the second day in a row Saturday. The Trump family celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday at Camp David with all the president's adult children pictured at the presidential retreat Friday ahead of their father flying in 

The president continues to refuse to publicly concede the election to Biden but finally showed signs of caving this week, when he admitted he would leave the White House in January if the electoral college approves his rival's votes

The president continues to refuse to publicly concede the election to Biden but finally showed signs of caving this week, when he admitted he would leave the White House in January if the electoral college approves his rival's votes

Workers construct a viewing stand in front of the White House on Saturday ahead of the inauguration

Workers construct a viewing stand in front of the White House on Saturday ahead of the inauguration

In another sign he may be coming to terms with his election defeat, the sources told the Daily Beast Trump is already planning for his comeback run for the 2024 White House race. 

They said the president is in close talks with advisers on specifics including the timing of its launch in efforts to continue to keep the spotlight firmly on him and away from his Democrat successor.

Trump allegedly boasted to his aides that he is confident he will continue to stay in the public eye and the media will continue to provide him coverage because he said Biden is 'boring' and doesn't bring in the ratings he does, two of the sources said. 

His plot to draw the attention away from inauguration day on January 20 would be a dramatic disregard for the process of a peaceful transition of power from one president to the next. 

On 20 January 2017, when Trump was sworn in to the Oval Office, Obama and Biden were in attendance with their wives and the administration tried to create a smooth transition to Trump in the lead-up. 

Former presidents Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush also attended with their spouses - including Hillary Clinton, who had lost to Trump in the 2016 election.  

Pictured then-Vice President Biden and Trump shake hands during Trump's 2017 inauguration

Pictured then-Vice President Biden and Trump shake hands during Trump's 2017 inauguration

Three sources close to the president told The Daily Beast he is plotting various ways to boycott Biden's administration including ways to steal his thunder when he is sworn in as the 46th president of the United States in January. Pictured Trump, Barack Obama, Joe Biden and New York Senator Chuck Schumer during Trump's 2017 inauguration

Three sources close to the president told The Daily Beast he is plotting various ways to boycott Biden's administration including ways to steal his thunder when he is sworn in as the 46th president of the United States in January. Pictured Trump, Barack Obama, Joe Biden and New York Senator Chuck Schumer during Trump's 2017 inauguration

First Lady Melania Trump, Karen Pence, President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, former president Barack Obama, former vice president Joe Biden, Michelle Obama and Jill Biden stand on the steps of the US Capitol on January 20 2017 for Trump's inauguration

First Lady Melania Trump, Karen Pence, President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, former president Barack Obama, former vice president Joe Biden, Michelle Obama and Jill Biden stand on the steps of the US Capitol on January 20 2017 for Trump's inauguration

After the ceremony, Trump and First Lady Melania Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and Second Lady Karen Pence accompanied Obama and outgoing First Lady Michelle Obama to a departure ceremony.

Obama and Trump were even seen sharing a joke on the East steps of the US capitol and Biden and Trump were pictured shaking hands. 

Obama gave his successor a handwritten letter - a tradition carried out by a handful of other presidents - congratulating Trump and offering his advice and support for his coming term.

'Congratulations on a remarkable run. Millions have placed their hopes in you, and all of us, regardless of party, should hope for expanded prosperity and security during your tenure,' he wrote. 

Obama wished Trump 'the very best as you embark on this great adventure' and said he and Michelle 'stand ready to help in any ways which we can'.

At the time, Trump called the note 'beautiful' . 

The likelihood of this tradition continuing in January appears small as Trump continues to make unfounded claims of widespread election fraud and refuses to accept Biden as the President-elect. 

Then-President Barack Obama and then-First Lady Michelle Obama with then-President-elect Donald Trump and Melania Trump at the 2017 inauguration

Then-President Barack Obama and then-First Lady Michelle Obama with then-President-elect Donald Trump and Melania Trump at the 2017 inauguration

Two sources said Trump is considering timing a kick-off event for his 2024 White House campaign to clash with inauguration week or with the ceremony itself

Two sources said Trump is considering timing a kick-off event for his 2024 White House campaign to clash with inauguration week or with the ceremony itself

This would be a marked departure from protocol with the outgoing president traditionally attending the incoming president's inauguration as part of a peaceful transition of power - a grace then-President Barack Obama and Vice President Biden both afforded Trump back in 2017. Pictured Obama and Trump on Trump's inauguration

This would be a marked departure from protocol with the outgoing president traditionally attending the incoming president's inauguration as part of a peaceful transition of power - a grace then-President Barack Obama and Vice President Biden both afforded Trump back in 2017. Pictured Obama and Trump on Trump's inauguration

Speaking to reporters on Thanksgiving Day, Trump refused to say if he would attend Biden's inauguration at all. 

However he said he would leave the White House if the electoral college certifies Biden's victory when it meets on December 14. 

'Certainly I will. But you know that,' he said when asked whether he would vacate the building, allowing a peaceful transition of power in January.

He also admitted it's a 'very hard thing to concede' the election. 

However, the following day he appeared to walk back on any attempt at a smooth transition saying Biden can only enter the White House if he can prove his votes are not 'fraudulent'. 

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Comment by Mnyama on December 1, 2020 at 7:52am
Well, let him hold a competing event. At least it will draw away and distract the other losers who seek to disrupt the Biden inauguration. If they want to support and prop up a loser, let em.
Comment by Jeffrey L Donovan on November 30, 2020 at 7:40pm

That is the expected reaction of soar losers.  I always felt that it was not about losing the election to so called fraud, it is about keeping the 73 million people who  voted for him, motivated to continue to back him, that is why he came up with that Narrative of Fraud at the Polls. Trump running in 2024, may turn out to be a winning hand for Kamala Harris, so I hope his ego continues to  control him.

Comment by Lori Graham on November 30, 2020 at 4:17pm
So true it will a FIRST that a President doesn't show up to the transitioning ceremony to a New President HES A CLOWN @F***Donald Trump
Comment by vaughn mitchell on November 28, 2020 at 11:25pm
What a Clown. This man uses the Presidency to make himself rich. He was voted to serve the people and his country not himself. He is going to get a rude awakening when not one single network including fox, cover his bullshit speech, but they will cover all his court cases.

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