Trump addressed a small crowd at Joint Base Andrews in his final remarks as president before he departed for his Florida home.
Ivanka Trump, the president's daughter and advisor, wrote on social media: "The last four years have been an incredible journey ... I leave D.C. in awe of the compassion, grace and grit that exists across the nation."
Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are set to leave the White House, and boxes have been pictured outside the offices of his staff, which includes the president's daughter Ivanka and son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
President Trump and his inner circle thought they were winning the post-election political battle. "Then all hell broke loose," said a longtime aide.
A video from Donald Trump Jr. circulating online has led to claims that the Trumps celebrated the riot.
President Trump himself issued a video telling protesters "I love you. You're very special," and also telling them to go home.
"Be peaceful and use your 1st Amendment rights, but don't start acting like the other side. We have a country to save and this doesn't help anyone," Trump Jr. tweeted.
"I concluded with a lighthearted pun in recognition of the record number of women who will be representing the American people in Congress during this term," Emanuel Cleaver said after receiving backlash for saying "a-woman" in his prayer.
"These blanket lockdowns are not grounded in science," Ivanka Trump responded to video of the California restaurant standoff.
In February, a week-long $150,000 "dream hunt" was raffled off with the winner joining Trump Jr. and his son on a yacht traveling along the Tongass National Forest coastline in southeastern Alaska.
The president's rage at the media and Democrats, and criticism that he is "delegitimizing" Biden's win, have hardened his resolve to get revenge four years from now.
The website largely mocks President Donald Trump for losing the 2020 national election, his refusal to concede as well as the dealings of his "Official Election Defense Fund."
The president and his eldest children have been spoken of as potential presidential candidates next time round.
The president's children have been touted as potential successors should he not choose to run himself again in the future.
On Fox News Sunday she said the president's supporters across the nation feel the outcome is not even plausible.
Donald Trump Jr. was reportedly following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday by remaining isolated following a positive COVID-19 test result earlier in the week.
The men also allegedly falsified names, addresses and signatures to help nominate one of them to be listed as a candidate for mayor.
The president's eldest son took aim at the statistician, as he followed the Trump line that polling has been way off.
The Twitter alternative continues to gain conservative users, including the rich and famous.
"No one should be surprised that Donald Trump is not going to do what the mainstream media wants him to do," says a senior campaign official.
Despite a Biden victory, the soon-to-be-ousted president has not yet conceded the 2020 election race to his Democratic rival and speculation has mounted that Trump will look to run for office again.
Speculation about the future political careers of the president's children have raised the possibility of more Trump presidencies, with his eldest son and daughter in particular signaling runs for office.
"Does anyone really believe that Joe Biden shattered Obama's historic 2008 numbers? Does anyone really believe that he did that mostly in big cities? C'mon man!!!," Trump Jr. tweeted on Friday.
Facebook and Twitter have warned that accounts spreading the claim that a deseased Michigan resident voted in the 2020 presidential election are circulating false information.
Expressions of support for the president appeared to snowball after an appeal from Trump's sons on Thursday night for GOP leaders to "have some backbone."
The president's own Twitter account is currently littered with warning flags, including a post from today falsely claiming that he "easily" won the election.
The Constitution says no one can be elected more than twice, but the terms don't have to be consecutive.
The president's eldest son also claimed that mainstream media outlets were "hellbent" against his father ahead of election day.