We are all really curious about the letter……
Unfortunately, the letter will not be made public for a while, but eventually it will be available for all to see and read.
President Trump hinted at what was in the letter, and he said that he basically wished Biden luck.
Joe Biden also said that the letter was “gracious”, so I dont think President Trump poked fun at him, or left a zinger of a letter for him.
The letter is reportedly several pages long too, and I hope that it comes out sooner, rather than later because Trump letters are always a fun read.
Take a look:
Daily Mail had more on the story:
Donald Trump said he left a 'couple page' letter for President Joe Biden in the Oval Office on Inauguration Day written 'the heart,' as he bashed his successor's policies on the border.
'Basically I wish him luck,' he said in an interview with Lisa Boothe for her podcast.
It's a tradition for an outgoing president to leave a letter for his successor but there were questions as to whether Trump would do so, given the contentious election between him and Biden.
But there was a letter waiting for Biden on the Resolute Desk when he entered the Oval Office on January 20th.
'The president wrote a very generous letter,' Biden said at the time. 'Because it was private, I won't talk about it until I talk to him. But it was generous.'
Trump said it was a 'couple of pages long and it was from the heart because I want to see him do well.'
Just The News also reported:
"Look, he’s there. It was a rigged election, an election that you know, I would never concede and by the way, Hillary Clinton said he should never concede. Hillary Clinton, the things she said were so horrible," he said.
"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') friend and supporter Warren Buffett has trains. Nobody ever talks about that.”
Biden never disclosed the contents of Trump's letter but called it "very generous."
Trump left the White House early on Jan. 20 and did not attend Biden’s inauguration.