Proud to have not started a new war in his time, Trump's farewell speech

Proud to have not started a new war in his time, Trump's farewell speech

Washington: US President Donald Trump has said in his farewell speech that he is proud that he has not started a new war during his tenure and has fulfilled all the promises made to the people.

Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States, is stepping down after completing his presidency, and President-elect Joe Biden will take the oath of office today, moving to the White House for the next four years. According to American tradition, the outgoing president attends the swearing-in ceremony, but Donald Trump will not do so.

Before leaving the White House, President Donald Trump said goodbye. "We did what we came to do, and we did much more. But I'm proud that I didn't start a new war during my tenure."

Commenting on his achievements in the Middle East, Donald Trump said that through bold, principled and realistic diplomacy, we have achieved historic agreements in the Middle East, including the assassination of Iranian General Qasim Soleimani. Declared his success.

In his farewell message, Trump spoke of the attack on Capitol Hill, saying that the attack terrified all Americans and that political violence is an attack on everything we as Americans appreciate, it can never be tolerated. He added that his administration had built the largest economy in the history of the world when our agenda was not for Republicans or Democrats but for the betterment of the nation.