US President-elect Joe Biden welcomed Donald Trump’s announcement on Friday that he will not attend the January 20 inauguration, calling it a “good factor.”
“I used to be informed on the way in which over right here that he indicated he wasn’t going to indicate up on the inauguration,” Biden informed reporters in Wilmington, Delaware.
“One of many few issues he and I’ve ever agreed on,” Biden mentioned. “It is a good factor, him not exhibiting up.”
“He is been a humiliation to the nation,” Biden mentioned.
“He isn’t match to serve,” the president-elect added of Trump, who’s dealing with the potential of being impeached subsequent week for inciting his supporters to storm the US Capitol.
“He exceeded even my worst notions about him,” Biden mentioned. “He is probably the most incompetent presidents within the historical past of the US of America.”
Biden mentioned Vice President Mike Pence can be welcome at his inauguration.
Biden’s remarks got here after Trump tweeted earlier Friday that he wouldn’t attend the inauguration.
“To all of those that have requested, I cannot be going to the Inauguration on January 20th,” Trump tweeted.
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