Former President Donald Trump spoke at a farewell ceremony on Wednesday morning, his final remarks as president before leaving Washington, D.C. for Florida ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration. Speaking at Joint Base Andrew, Trump described serving as president as "my greatest honor and privilege," thanking supporters and noting: "We were not a regular administration." He wished "the new administration great luck and great success" though he did not name Biden or Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. While Trump didn't attend Biden's inauguration, Vice President Mike Pence did, and skipped Trump's farewell event at Joint Base Andrews. Trump concluded the very last speech of his presidency by saying "we will be back in some form," and "have a good life. We will see you soon."

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