WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump left a note for successor Joe Biden in the Oval Office on Wednesday, following one tradition while skipping the traditional Inauguration Day transfer of power ceremonies.
Trump did not enter the Oval Office but instead left the message with an aide before departing the executive residence around 8 a.m. Wednesday, a source familiar with the matter told The Post.
President Ronald Reagan started the tradition in 1989 when he left a message on the Resolute Desk for George H.W. Bush telling him that he was praying for his success.
Bush did the same for Bill Clinton in 1992, infamously scrawling: “I am rooting hard for you.”
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