Trump, who left the White House, was greeted with a salute at Andrews Air Force Base

Trump, who left the White House, was greeted with a salute at Andrews Air Force Base

Without waiting for Joe Biden’s inauguration, Republican Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States, left the White House.

A helicopter arrived for him and his wife Melania. It landed on the White House lawn. Dozens of his administration officials gathered to see the head of state off. However, Trump did not prolong the farewell. Together with his wife, he got into a helicopter and went to Andrews Air Force Base.

At the base, Trump was greeted with artillery salvos. It is worth noting that for her last public appearance, Melania, a former model, chose a black elegant suit-double with a pencil skirt and gold buttons, long gloves, her hair was neatly tucked back in a French knot. Along with her husband, she thanked those gathered.

“The last four years have been incredible. I want to say a huge thank you to my family, my friends, my mentors and so many people. I want to thank my wife for this hard work that she’s been doing all these four years. It’s just fantastic. As first lady, you’ve been a model of feminine grace, beauty and dignity and you’ve become very popular with people,” Donald Trump said.

“It was my greatest honor to be your first lady. I turn to all the people of this country – you will always be in my heart. Thank you. May God bless you, your families and this great nation!”, Melania Trump noted.

Later, the couple headed to Palm Beach, Florida. There, as previously reported by the media, Trump is registered, and that is where he intends to settle.