Trump is expected to depart for Palm Beach on board Air Force One in two days – the last time he can use the aircraft before his tenure as the 45th president of the United States officially runs out at noon on Wednesday, January 20.
Two large moving trucks have been spotted arriving at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, local media reported on Monday.
A government helicopter and a Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office chopper were reportedly captured flying above Mar-a-Lago.
A man was detained and questioned on Monday after police spotted him wandering along the president’s property, the Daily Mail newspaper reported, adding that the officers had been speaking to him for at least an hour, but the “suspect” eventually was released.
Meanwhile, Trump has recorded a farewell message to Americans, expected to be released as early as Tuesday, a CNN reporter shared on Monday afternoon. The farewell address will reportedly include his accomplishments while in the White House.
First Lady Melania Trump issued her farewell message earlier in the day, and on Sunday, US Vice President Mike Pence made his final official appearance at the Fort Drum military reservation in Jefferson County, New York.
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