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Proud that I have not started a new war, Donald Trump's farewell message

"I'm proud to be the first president in decades not to start a new war," said President Donald Trump in his farewell

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"I'm proud to be the first president in decades not to start a new war," said President Donald Trump in his farewell address before leaving office.

"We did what we came to do," Donald Trump said in a video posted on YouTube. "I chose the toughest and toughest battles because that's why you chose me," he added.

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In his farewell message, Trump warned that the "biggest threat" to the country now was a loss of confidence in our national dignity.

It should be noted that Donald Trump still does not recognize the result of the presidential election in November in which he lost to Joe Biden of the Democratic Party.

On January 6, US President-elect Joe Biden crossed all barriers and entered Capitol Hill, the political center of the US state, during the formal confirmation of victory at Biden's Electoral College. Several people were also killed in riots and clashes with police.

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"Political violence is an attack on everything that we as Americans appreciate," Trump said, referring to the incident. It can never be tolerated.

In his message on the US economy, Donald Trump said his administration had "built the largest economy in the history of the world."

He added that his agenda was not about Republicans or Democrats, but about the betterment of the nation.

Biden's swearing-in ceremony

Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th person in the United States on Wednesday. The ceremony will begin at 11:30 a.m. local time and the oath-taking ceremony will begin at 12 noon.

After taking the oath of office, Biden will move to the White House, where he will remain for the next four years.

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After Biden is sworn in, Kamala Harris will become vice president, but she will take her oath before Biden.

It is a tradition in the United States that the outgoing president attends the swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected president, but Donald Trump will not attend the ceremony.

Last Friday, Donald Trump wrote in his tweet: "All those who were asking, I will not attend the swearing-in ceremony on January 20."

It should be noted that Trump supporters have arranged a 'virtual swearing-in ceremony' which will take place on the same day and at the same time as Joe Biden taking his oath.

More than 68,000 people have volunteered to participate in the event, which is being held on Facebook.

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In the wake of the January 6 incident, much attention is being paid to the security of the presidential swearing-in ceremony.

More than 15,000 National Guards have been called in for the event this year, and thousands more will be stationed in Washington, DC. In addition, security has been tightened in the remaining 50 states.

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