It wouldn’t be Donald Trump At Joe Biden’s inauguration on January 20. Contacted by the president himself on Twitter before his page was blocked, the decision did not arouse particular discontent. Power was never handed over to his successor, just as Trump has never admitted defeat in the November election. In fact, until a few days ago he had always announced that he had stolen the score. However, this is a well-known story. What appears in these hours is that Trump has stopped performing the duties of commander in chief. All powers were delegated (not formalized) to his deputy, Mike Pence.