Mike Pence will attend the upcoming inauguration of US President-elect Joe Biden and Vice president-elect Kamala Harris on January 20. However, outgoing President Donald Trump has decided not to attend the ceremony. According to the news, Pence’s statements indicated that he would attend Biden’s swearing-in ceremony.
At the same time, Joe Biden said, “I think it’s important that as much as we can stick to what have been the historical precedents of how an administration changes should be maintained. We’d be honored to have him there, and to move forward in the transition.”
Twitter permanently blocked the account of Donald Trump:
Let us tell you that Trump has been accused of provoking Capitol Hill violence, and now faces an unprecedented second impeachment. Meanwhile, Pence called it an attack on democracy, calling it the dark day of American history. Trump later described Pence’s attitude as biased.
At the same time, Twitter on Friday permanently blocked the account of U.S. President Donald Trump on its platform. Twitter took this decision to prevent another attack on the Capitol building. After the suspension of his personal account, Donald Trump tweeted from his official Twitter account @POTUS. But these tweets were deleted by Twitter in a few minutes. Hitting out at Twitter, he wrote, “Twitter is not about FREE SPEECH.”
Happy with Trump’s absence: Joe Biden
Biden made it clear in a media interaction on Friday that he was happy with Trump’s absence and welcome Pence at his formal swearing-in. According to the media reports, Pence has sent a message to Biden’s transition team that he will definitely attend the swearing-in ceremony. At the same time, Biden called Trump the worst president in American history ever. Despite Trump’s displeasure, Pence congratulated Biden and Kamala Harris for the victory. Even during the meeting of the US Congress, he said that the most important thing is to respect public opinion as the country is above politics.
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