President Trump: “It is My Greatest Honor and Privilege to Have Been Your President”

National   Steven Ertelt   Jan 20, 2021   |   10:30AM    Washington, DC

President Donald Trump left the White House this morning for the last time, as pro-abortion Joe Biden will take over and implement a radical abortion agenda most Americans oppose.

During his remarks at a goodbye ceremony with supporters, Trump told Americans he appreciated the opportunity to be America’s president.

“It is my greatest honor and privilege to have been your president, I will always fight for you,” he said.

“Goodbye, we love you,” Trump said at a departure ceremony at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. “We will be back in some form. Have a good life, we will see you soon.”

Trump said he’s leaving Biden’s new administration with “the foundation to do something really spectacular.”

“You’re going to see incredible [economic] numbers start coming in, if everything is left alone,” Mr. Trump said. “Remember us when you see these things happening. Remember us.”

He said, “I wish the new administration great luck and great success. I think they’ll have great success. I hope they don’t raise your taxes, but if they do, I told you so.”

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Trump said he has no regrets.

“We have worked hard. We’ve left it all, as the athletes would say, we’ve left it all on the field,” he said. “We’ve had a lot of obstacles. We’ll never say in month, when we’re sitting in Florida, we’re not going to be looking at each other and saying, ‘If only we’d worked a little bit harder.’”

After the ceremony, Trump and first lady Melania Trump boarded Air Force One with their family for the flight to Florida, where the Trumps will live at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach.