Trump’s presidency formally ended final week after 4 years within the Oval Office, he returned to Florida from Washington on Wednesday.

ANI

PUBLISHED ON JAN 25, 2021 05:00 PM IST

A banner apparently flew close to former US President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Sunday, calling him the worst President ever.

The banner may be seen trailing behind a airplane in a video shared Sunday by Twitter person Daniel Uhlfelder that learn, “TRUMP WORST PRESIDENT EVER.”

In a separate tweet by Uhlfelder, a photograph additionally reveals a banner studying “TRUMP, YOU PATHETIC LOSER GO BACK TO MOSCOW.”

“Trump is getting a warm welcome from the skies near Mar-a-Lago today,” Uhlfelder tweeted.

Social media additionally jumped in and hailed the transfer by saying. “Bravo!” and “This gave me a lil joy.”

“Thanks for posting and a big thanks to this pilot. This just makes my day. Thanks again,” one other person wrote.

A person by the identify of Janice wrote that the banner is “A reminder there are a lot of good people in Florida.”

CNN reported that many members of Mar-a-Lago are leaving as a result of they now not wish to have any connection to former President Trump, in line with the creator of the definitive e book concerning the resort.

Trump’s presidency formally ended final week after 4 years within the Oval Office, he returned to Florida from Washington on Wednesday. He didn’t attend President Joe Biden’s inauguration within the US Capitol that day.

On January 6, a bunch of then-President Donald Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol to protest towards regulation makers confirming electoral slates from battleground US states they thought have been invalid.

Trump had made a speech amongst 1000’s of supporters reiterating his declare an enormous voter fraud had robbed his election victory and inspired supporters to keep up help to “stop the steal.”

Five individuals died within the riot, together with one police officer in addition to one Air Force veteran and Trump supporter who was shot lifeless by police.

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