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WASHINGTON (AP) — AP source: Trump to leave Washington, D.C. Wednesday morning, before Biden's inauguration.
FILE - In this March 4, 1933, file photo President Franklin D. Roosevelt, center, watches his inaugural parade in Washington. Right of Roosevelt is Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Chief of Staff of the Army, and at the left, is Adm. William V. Pratt, Chief of Naval Operations. First lady Eleanor Roosevelt can be seen, second from right. Seated, at extreme left, is Sara Roosevelt, the president's mother, and between the new president and Gen. MacArthur is Anna Dall, daughter of the president. Roosevelt, elected in a landslide in 1932 amid the Great Depression, said in his first inaugural speech: “If I read the temper of our people correctly, we now realize as we have never realized before our interdependence on each other.” (AP Photo, File)
FILE - This images shows a depiction of President George Washington delivering his inaugural address in the Senate Chamber of Old Federal Hall in New York on April 30, 1789. When Joe Biden addresses the country for the first time as president, his inaugural speech is likely to echo calls for unity that predecessors have invoked since the first time George Washington was sworn in. (AP Photo, File)
FILE - In this March 4, 1961 file image, President Abraham Lincoln stands under cover at center of Capitol steps during his inauguration in Washington. The scaffolding at upper right is used in construction of the Capitol dome. Historians cite the first inaugural speeches of Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln as possible parallels for Joe Biden, who has said his goal is to “restore the soul” of the country even as millions baselessly insist incumbent Donald Trump was the winner. (AP Photo)
FILE - This March 5, 1877 file photo shows a general view of the grand stand during the inauguration of Rutherford B. Hayes, in Washington. Hayes, whose presidency was marked by the retrenchment of federal troops from the post-Civil War South and ongoing resistance from Southern whites to equal rights for Blacks, declared during his 1877 inaugural that true peace could be achieved through the “united and harmonious efforts of both races” and the honest work of local self-government. (AP Photo, File)