U.S. President Donald Trump will hold his own farewell ceremony on the day of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
The event will take place at a military airfield in Maryland early Wednesday morning, January 20, a few hours before Biden’s inauguration. According to the publication, Trump wants his last ceremony as president to include a military parade and red-carpet farewell to supporters, cronies, and current and former members of his administration.
Invitations sent out by the White House say the ceremony will take place at 8:00 a.m. However, guests are asked to arrive by 7:15 and not to bring firearms, ammunition, explosives, laser pointers or toy guns.
Biden’s inauguration is scheduled for Jan. 20. Vice President Mike Pence, among others, has been invited to the event. At the same time, Biden called Trump’s decision not to attend the event, which he announced earlier, a good one.