What was written in the 2 pages of advice to Biden? Trump: I wrote those from my heart

The former President Trump left a two-page letter on the day of Biden‘s inauguration, offering advice, but he did not agree with Biden’s border policy and hoped he would continue Trump’s unfinished business during his tenure and finish building the border wall as soon as possible; and in terms of possible Republican presidential candidates, Trump thought Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was doing a great job.

Trump said in an interview on “The Truth with Lisa Boothe,” a new podcast with conservative host Lisa Boothe on Fox News, which aired on the 22nd. “Basically, I wish him (Biden) the best of luck,” she said during an interview on “The Truth with Lisa Boothe,” a new podcast by Fox News host Lisa Boothe.

Trump said of the letter he traditionally left for his successor president, “It was a two-page letter, and I wrote those texts from my heart because I wanted to see him do well.”

The White House said Trump did leave a letter for Biden before he left the White House, but the letter was between the 45th and 46th presidents and could not be made public.

Asked about the contents of the letter, Trump declined to elaborate, “I don’t want to say, that’s, you know, maybe he should be the one to talk about it, and I guess he won’t do that until he gets my consent.”

Biden had confirmed on January 20 that Trump had left him “a very generous letter” (a very generous letter), but because it was a private letter, so he would not talk about the contents of the letter before communicating with Trump; former Vice President Pence also left a letter to his successor as Vice President He Jinli.

Biden and Trump last met publicly when they exchanged words at last year’s October presidential debate.

Even if neither Trump nor Biden would voluntarily disclose the contents of the letter, the text will eventually be made public in accordance with the Presidential Records Act and sent to the National Archives and Records Administration.

In the nearly 60-minute podcast interview, Trump reiterated many of his complaints, including claims that the 2020 election was fraudulent, that he was the victim of a witch hunt by special counsel Robert Mueller, and that Republicans such as Pence were unwilling to support him in overturning “illegal election results. The “illegal election results” and so on.

In addition, Trump stressed that he did not admit defeat to Biden, “This is a fraudulent election, I never admit defeat”.

Trump talked about several possible Republican successors in the program, said the Republican Party potential presidential candidates “masters gathered” (deep bench), “I may decide later”.

The state’s governor, DeSantis, was favored by conservatives and did not shake off expert opinion in response to the new pneumonia (Chinese Communist virus) Epidemic, leaving Florida open to the highest degree. Trump said, “He’s doing a great job in Florida.

Missouri Republican U.S. Senator Josh Hawley, who has always been an active supporter of Trump, led the opposition to Congress’ endorsement of Biden’s election results on Jan. 6, spoke out against Trump’s Twitter ban and accused tech companies of “censorship,” and was praised by Trump for having “real guts to stand up to Technology companies”.