Trump threw a tantrum and refused to leave the White House

Trump threw a tantrum and refused to leave the White House

U.S. President Donald Trump threw a tantrum and refused to leave the White House. This was revealed by his advisers.

In moments of “deepest denial,” Trump told several advisers that he would refuse to leave the White House on President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration day.

“He threw * [a bloody] tantrum,” one adviser said, and suggested that Trump was actually going to leave and was just freaking out. Aides were alarmed by the statement, but “few believe that Trump is really going to follow through.”

The White House did not comment on this information in any way.

Earlier, Trump’s neighbors at the private Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, resisted his move from the White House. They are not thrilled that the former U.S. president may move there permanently and plan to legally ban the politician from staying at the elite club for long.

On December 15, Trump explained his loss in the presidential election. According to him, he received few votes due to errors in the voting machines.