January 15, CNN News talked about what Trump was busy with in the last days of his term.
Although the “report” was published in CNN’s current affairs news page, it did not use narrative text as normal, but “sneered” Trump’s downside down.
Among them, the most eye-strict is that Trump imposed an injunction on the White House staff around him: do not Timixon’s name in front of him.
In 1972, Nixon, a Republican like Trump, was exposed to install bugging in the Watergate Building, where the Democratic Party headquarters was located during the election campaign.
In 1974, Nixon became the first president in American history to resign voluntarily under pressure, and was amnestyed by his successor a month after stepping down.
CNN said that a person around Trump revealed to them that an adviser had suggested that Trump follow Nixon’s initiative to resign to protect himself, but the plan was severely rejected by Trump.
The fiery Trump also asked his subordinates not to mention the words “Nixon” in front of him, nor to mention the words “resignation”.
According to the “revelation” received by CNN, Trump rejected the proposal because he felt that even if he resigned, current Vice President Pence might not pardon himself after taking over as president in accordance with the procedure.
Another “strong news” is the video about Trump denouncing his supporters for storming Congress last week.
It is reported that the statement was written by the White House Legal Counsel’s Office and recorded under the “supervisory” of its female senator Kushner, Senator Graham and Chief of Staff Meadows. That is to say, Trump’s statement this time may be “insincere”.
Compared with the above two things, Trump’s other arrangements for leaving office are less serious and even show a little “childishness”.
For example, in leaving the White House, Trump decided to change his plan to leave one day early and prepare to leave by plane on the day of Biden’s succession on the 20th, which means that Biden, who is preparing for the inauguration ceremony, will “send” Trump’s departure.
A staff member in charge of related matters revealed that Trump hoped that the White House would prepare a “military-style farewell ceremony” for him to take the last time on Biden’s inauguration to Palm Beach, Florida, on the day of his inauguration.
However, Trump’s “careful wish” has given the White House etiquette team a big problem. According to the regulations, the current president of the United States must carry a nuclear password box to confirm the launch of a nuclear attack.
But according to Trump’s assumption, he arrived in Florida with a nuclear password box before Biden took over, which means that he could not hand over with Biden in person.
In order to accommodate Trump’s plan, the White House Military Office currently intends to prepare more than one nuclear password box, one to be taken by Trump to Florida, and will set up a special procedure to ensure that the equipment carried by Trump will expire on time at noon on the 20th at noon.
Another nuclear password box stays in Washington, waiting for Biden to collect it on time.
In addition, the report also mentions some details of life. For example, some people say that Trump will watch from the window from time to time to decorate the equipment for his old opponent Biden’s inauguration.
Others say that Trump is disqualified from his golf club from the moment to a championship. According to sources, this is one of the most annoying things for Trump.
It is worth mentioning that in addition to the extensive use of emotional and subjective comments, the article, which is classified as “report”, also comes from “anonymous sources”, which also means that a lot of information may be difficult to confirm.
I don’t know if it was intentional. Just after reporting that Trump hates being compared with Nixon, CNN made a special interview video, inviting reporters who exposed the “Watergate incident” to comment on and analyze Trump.
In the interview, the reporter also stressed that Trump’s behavior is much worse than Nixon’s. !
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