Donald Trump’s initial tweet on Saturday about the inauguration of President Donald Trump sparked widespread speculation that the president would be inaugurated without the help of an inaugural ball.
But the tweet was not accurate and it is a waste of time to try to change history.
Trump, a former reality TV star and former reality television star, said on Saturday that he would not attend the inauguration if the ball were to be held on Jan. 20, the day after Trump’s first inauguration, instead saying he would be attending the inauguration on Jan at a later date.
Trump said on Twitter that he had been told he would attend the inaugural ball, but he would do so on Jan 20, after the date of his inauguration.
Trump tweeted that he was told by “the people” that the inauguration would not be held at his inauguration, but that he “will attend it on Jan.”20, the date on which he was sworn in, and he would “be honored to be the 44th President of the United States.”
The tweet was retweeted more than 9,000 times, but it was quickly removed and replaced by a more recent tweet that said Trump was not planning to attend.
Trump’s tweet came after a day of protests, riots and violence that left one officer dead and more than 50 people injured, including more than 20 who were injured by flying glass.
Trump’s comments about not attending the inaugural parade on Jan was a “waste” of time, Trump tweeted.
Trump, who had planned to speak at the ceremony, later said he would speak at a different time.
Trump has had mixed feelings about attending the ceremonies.
In an interview with NBC News, Trump said he had not planned on attending the ceremony because of his family.
He said the reason for the decision was that he wanted to “move on” from the violence in Charlottesville.
The president’s remarks came amid mounting criticism of his handling of the white nationalist protests that have erupted in several cities in recent weeks.