On Tuesday, President Donald Trump made it clear that he isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
In a speech at the White House, Trump declared that he would not be leaving office before his term ends in January 2021, despite calls from some Democrats to resign or be impeached.
“I will not be removed from office,” Trump said. “I will not be impeached. I will not be driven out of office. I will not be forced out of office. I will not be removed from office by any means.”
Trump’s statement comes amid a growing chorus of voices calling for his removal from office. In recent weeks, several prominent Democrats have called for impeachment proceedings to begin, while some have even suggested that Trump should resign.
But Trump made it clear that he has no intention of leaving the White House before his term is up.
“I will serve the remainder of my term and continue to fight for the American people,” Trump said. “I will continue to fight for the issues we care about, and I will not be deterred by those who wish to see me gone.”
Trump’s defiant stance is sure to further rile his critics, who have accused him of violating the Constitution and abusing his power. But it also serves as a reminder that, despite the ongoing political turmoil, the president is determined to stay in office until the end of his term.
For now, it appears that Trump is determined to see his term through to the end. Whether or not he is successful remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: Trump is not going anywhere anytime soon.