(FiveNation.com)- The White House this week dismissed unfounded claims that President Donald Trump is planning to leave the country before the January 20 inauguration day, telling the press that the rumor was based on anonymous sources.
The Sunday Post reported on Sunday that President Donald Trump was planning to fly to Scotland where he owns the Trump Turnberry resort and golf club – a feat that would prove particularly difficult given that Scotland is currently under full lockdown measures with resorts like the Turnberry required to close.
The Post cited “aviation sources” who said that “Prestwick Airport has been told to expect the arrival of a U.S. military Boeing 757 aircraft, that is occasionally used by Trump, on January 19.”
Judd Deere, the Deputy White House Press Secretary, told Fox that the report wasn’t accurate…or even remotely credible.
“Anonymous sources who claim to know what the president is or is not considering have no idea,” he said. “When President Trump has an announcement about his plans for January 20 he will let you know.”
And if President Trump isn’t rightly vindicated in the upcoming Congressional debates over well-documented cases of election fraud, then you can bet he has something big planned for January 20.
On January 6, President Donald Trump will attend a rally in Washington, D.C., when a joint session of Congress will meet to count and confirm the Electoral College votes. Roughly a dozen Senators have already committed to objecting to the votes, and more than 100 Republican Representatives are also expected to do the same.
It will trigger a period of debate, potentially up to ten days, where members of Congress can present the overwhelming and shocking evidence of fraud in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Arizona.
On Monday night, the president also attended a rally in support of Georgia Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, telling a crowd of thousands, “I don’t concede.”
Rumors have also circulated that President Trump is planning a rally on January 20 to compete with the inauguration of Joe Biden, should the Democratic candidate ultimately be confirmed in the joint session of Congress.
If that’s the case, then the president may announce a 2024 run, or otherwise reveal his plans for the future to the public.
One thing we at least know for sure is that President Trump isn’t planning on leaving America.
Things are about to get real interesting!