WASHINGTON: This is a club Donald Trump has never really been interested in joining, and certainly not so soon. Join in the goal together.
Former presidents club members pose together for a photo. They smile and pat each other on the backs of historical events, or sit together at VIP funerals. Together they make special plans. They seldom criticize each other and say little about the White House successors. However, like many other presidential traditions, this one seems to be Trump’s. Now that he’s out of office, it’s hard to see him embracing the former president’s residential, special, special club.
Kate Anderson Brewer, who interviewed Trump in 2019 for his book “Team of Five: The Age of the Presidency Club” during the Trump era, said: That they will be accepted in the President’s Club. ” “It was like, ‘I don’t think I’ll be accepted.'” It’s so clear that the other members of the club don’t want him much – at least for now.
Former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton recorded a three-minute video from Arlington National Cemetery after President Joe Biden’s inauguration this week, praising peaceful presidential succession as a fundamental part of American democracy. Gone There was no mention of Trump’s name in this category, but he has been a stern rebuke of his conduct since losing the November election.
“I think the fact is that the three of us are standing here, talking about a peaceful transfer of power, about the institutional integrity of our country,” Bush said.
Obama described the opening plans as “a reminder that we can create sharp differences and still recognize each other’s shared humanity, and as Americans, we have much more in common than what separates us.” ۔ ” Trump spent months making baseless claims that the election had been rigged and eventually helped provoke a deadly uprising in the US capital. He left the White House without attending Biden’s inauguration, the first president to step down since the inauguration of his successor in 152 years.