Donald Trump’s farewell word to his successor Joe Biden, left on the Oval Office desk when the outgoing president left Washington earlier than Wednesday’s inauguration, stays confidential. But between making a blacklist of presidency officers and admitting to providing jobs for intercourse, the Lincoln Project tweeted its personal parody.
Anti-Trump election marketing campaign group the Lincoln Project has parodied the outgoing president’s farewell word to his Democratic successor Joe Biden.
The well-heeled political motion committee tweeted the spoof not on Wednesday, as Biden was sworn in at a digital ceremony in a abandoned Washington DC, surrounded by 25,000 troops and swathes of bullet-proof glass.
Trump’s parting message to Biden, left on the desk of the Oval Office earlier than he departed on Air Force One to the strains of Frank Sinatra’s My Way, stays confidential.
Rumours that Trump would subject pre-emptive pardons for himself and relations earlier than leaving workplace proved unfounded, as did hopes he would pardon Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
Lincoln Project advisor Stuart Stevens revealed two weeks in the past that the PAC was compiling a blacklist of Trump administration officers.
Last week, Lincoln Project co-founder John Weaver admitted to sending inappropriate messages to younger males, providing them jobs in trade for intercourse. Weaver tried to clarify his behaviour because of his incapacity to come out as homosexual to his spouse and two kids.