Trump heading to Scotland to play golf — Day before Biden Inauguration?

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Trump says he will not attend Biden's inauguration


"Donald Trump’s absence from Joe Biden’s inauguration will make him the first outgoing president not to attend his successor’s inauguration since 1869."

An entirely expected, and utterly characteristic, act, from this loathsome person, an act lacking class, decency, dignity, grace, generosity, and any respect for the traditions and rituals of office and power.
Trump says he will not attend Biden's inauguration


"Donald Trump’s absence from Joe Biden’s inauguration will make him the first outgoing president not to attend his successor’s inauguration since 1869."

However, if efforts to impeach him, or declare him unfit for office fail (as I believe that they will), I think that he ought to be tranquillised, or immobilised, - something on the lines of duct tape on mouth, fingers forcibly restrained so that they cannot approach a keyboard - on that day.

His bitterness, cruelty, cynicism and malignant narcissism - which will not permit him to accept that he has lost the election, and is a "loser" - and increasingly unhinged insanity, will drive him to pull some sort of mad stunt (such as provoking a war with Iran), anything to ensure that Mr Biden's inauguaration is not the top story in the day's headlines and news reports.
 
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An entirely expected, and utterly characteristic, act, from this loathsome person, an act lacking class, decency, dignity, grace, generosity, and any respect for the traditions and rituals of office and power.


However, if efforts to impeach him, or declare him unfit for office fail (as I believe that they will), I think that he ought to be tranquillised, or immobilised, - something on the lines of duct tape on mouth, fingers forcibly restrained so that they cannot approach a keyboard - on that day.

His bitterness, cruelty, cynicism and malignant narcissism - which will not permit him to accept that he has lost the election, and is a "loser" - will drive him to pull some sort of mad stunt (such as provoking a war with Iran), anything to ensure that Mr Biden's inauguaration is not the top story in the day's headlines and news reports.
At the very least, he'll do some kind of alternative government-in-exile pretend-inauguration for his cult. But yes, he'd bomb the first country that crosses his path.
 

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They have harbored a number of fugitive dictators in the past. And having Trump would give them enormous leverage over >70 million active voters. "Do this, or we give him a microphone"
I believe it would be a mistake to say that the Saudis are friends of the US. The Saudis are friends of the Saudis, period. Any apparent friendship is just circumstantial.
That said, yes, if he manages to make it out of the country, I think he'll favor Russia.
This is why I mentioned "special friends". Of course the relationship is far more complex than that, but it is a long running one. I don't think they would jeopardise US support and arms trade.
 

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An entirely expected, and utterly characteristic, act, from this loathsome person, an act lacking class, decency, dignity, grace, generosity, and any respect for the traditions and rituals of office and power.


However, if efforts to impeach him, or declare him unfit for office fail (as I believe that they will), I think that he ought to be tranquillised, or immobilised, - something on the lines of duct tape on mouth, fingers forcibly restrained so that they cannot approach a keyboard - on that day.

His bitterness, cruelty, cynicism and malignant narcissism - which will not permit him to accept that he has lost the election, and is a "loser" - and increasingly unhinged insanity, will drive him to pull some sort of mad stunt (such as provoking a war with Iran), anything to ensure that Mr Biden's inauguaration is not the top story in the day's headlines and news reports.
I have seen something that I have not been able to verify yet that he is threatening to release Biden's confidential files? It may be made up bs on twitter though.
 

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Hang on, we don’t want him in our country thanks!!

We are in a tier 4 lockdown and this scumbag gets to come and play golf here? Even we aren’t allowed to play golf at the moment.
 

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Trump would probably allow you to come play golf with him but you’d have to let him win.
I’d probably tell him he was robbed in the election if I got a free round of golf on his course lol. I’d be lying through my teeth but I do love golf
 

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Where IS Trump going when he makes that last flight on Air Force One?

Imagine being the pilot on that flight: Please God don't let me F this flight up and start some whole new kind of conspiracy theory.
GITMO! GITMO! GITMO!

They make his cell look his bedroom in Mar a Lago. Since Melania is never there, he won't notice the difference.
 

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Where IS Trump going when he makes that last flight on Air Force One?

Imagine being the pilot on that flight: Please God don't let me F this flight up and start some whole new kind of conspiracy theory.

Well apparently the Scotland golf trip is not going to happen…

Donald Trump will not be visiting Scotland ahead of inauguration day, the PA news agency understands.

"There had been speculation that the US president would visit his Turnberry golf resort in South Ayrshire ahead of Joe Biden taking office at the White House next Wednesday. But PA now understands Trump will not be in Scotland.

As part of the tradition, the outgoing president and president-elect usually travel together to the ceremony at the Capitol from the White House. But Trump, who was overwhelmingly defeated in November’s US election, has previously said he will not attend the January 20 ceremony for his successor."


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