A 21-gun salute for Trump for his leave-taking at Joint Base Andrews
Donald Trump boarded the Marine One helicopter for the last time on Wednesday when he departed the White House as President of the USA and flew to Joint Base Andrews. Greeted with a red carpet, a military band and a 21-gun salute, Trump with Melania alongside him gave a short speech. “It is my greatest honor and privilege to have been your president, the honor of a lifetime,” he said. “And I just want to say goodbye, but hopefully it’s not a long-term goodbye. We’ll see each other again.” Trump also wished the incoming government “great success.” He then flew by Air Force One to Florida.