Trump Divulges What He Wrote in the Outgoing Letter to Joe Biden

Posted by on March 25, 2021 3:03 pm

Former President Donald Trump spoke about what he wrote in the letter he left to President Joe Biden when he left office in January. The Democrats and Fake News media, but I repeat myself, derogatorily said Trump wouldn’t write a letter which has been a tradition when transferring power, but like just about everything else they ever said about the 45th president it was a lie. They had absolutely no evidence to enable them to make such a statement.

“Basically, I wished him luck and, you know, it was a couple of pages long and it was from the heart because I want to see him do well,” Trump said to Lisa Boothe during an interview on a podcast on Monday when he described the letter he left for the man that 74 million American voters believe stole the election from him.

The former president continued saying, “I want him to do well, but that doesn’t include closing up the Keystone Pipeline, which by the way environmentally is much better than having [crude oil] on trains. But [Biden’s] friend and supporter Warren Buffett has trains. Nobody ever talks about that.”

What the former president was saying was that Joe Biden in order to appease the environmentalist wacko anti-oil Woke Supremacy shut down the Keystone Pipeline via executive order and they believe that it’s an enormous victory. They were dancing in the streets. But the truth of the matter is that the oil is coming anyway and now instead of efficiently and safely being delivered through a pipeline that oil will now being transported through Mac trucks and trains and that puts the environment at more of a risk of danger than coming in through a pipeline. It will also raise the cost of the oil to pay for the transportation when delivery via pipeline would have been practically free in comparison.  And that translates to among other things higher gasoline prices at the pump. Way to go, Wokers!

Biden never said what was written by the former president in the letter that the Fake News said he would never write, only that it was “very generous.” In my opinion, anything other than “you stole the election from me, you thief,” is a win for Biden.

Outgoing presidents in a recent tradition have left a letter for the incoming president. That was started by President Ronald Reagan when he left a letter for incoming president George H W Bush on the Resolute Desk.

Outgoing President Barack Obama left a letter for incoming President Donald Trump, part of which said:

“This is a unique office, without a clear blueprint for success, so I don’t know that any advice from me will be particularly helpful … American leadership in this world really is indispensable. It’s up to us, through action and example, to sustain the international order that’s expanded steadily since the end of the Cold War, and upon which our own wealth and safety depend.”

Outgoing President George W Bush left a letter for incoming President Barack Obama:

“Very few have had the honor of knowing the responsibility you now feel. Very few know the excitement of the moment and the challenges you will face … There will be trying moments. The critics will rage. Your ‘friends’ will disappoint you. But, you will have an Almighty God to comfort you, a family who loves you, and a country that is pulling for you, including me. No matter what comes, you will be inspired by the character and compassion of the people you now lead.”

After the tech tyrants at Twitter did the unimaginable and treated President Trump like a dog while he was still in office by censoring him with false labels of “misinformation” and then removing tweets and videos he posted to eventually kicking him off the platform, the former president told Boothe during the interview that he really doesn’t miss the platform at all. He used it to get his message out, at first bypassing the Fake News media’s filtering of everything Republicans say to speak directly to the people. Now out of office, he doesn’t need it.  No other president was treated so disrespectfully.

“I put out a statement, it’s much more elegant than a tweet and I think it’s picked up better. I would almost say better than Twitter,” referring to the 280 character limit of Twitter per tweet. Now, the former president can send out messages to his own liking without worrying about having his message twisted.

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