- Embattled American president, Donald Trump has made his first public appearance since Joe Biden was projected winner of the US election
- The president attended an event on Wednesday, November 11, alongside the First Lady Melania Trump
- Trump who has been vocal about the presidential election on Twitter left the White House to honour American war veterans
A report by ABC News indicates that President Donald Trump on Wednesday, November 11, made his first public appearance since Joe Biden, was the projected winner of the US presidential election.
In the wake of filing lawsuits against Biden, the embattled president honoured American war veterans at Arlington National Cemetery.
A video from the event shows Trump in the rain laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Trump who was joined by First Lady Melania Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and his wiefe, Karen Pence, did not make any remarks at the cemetery.
The outspoken president has maintained a quiet public posture while refusing to concede to the Democratic presidential candidate.
Recall that Trump was caught on camera on a golf course shortly before Joe Biden was projected president-elect of the United States.
White House reporter claimed President Trump went for a drive wearing a white Maga cap, windbreaker, dark slacks, non-dress shirt and shoes.
Trump who is a huge fan of golf and has been criticized for playing the sport during his tenure in office but he defended himself by claiming his predecessor Barack Obama often played the game.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that after refusing to accept defeat in the US presidential election, President Trump’s campaign is seeking an emergency injunction in Pennsylvania to prevent Biden's projected victory from being certified in the state.
The White House press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany has vowed that the legal battle to contest Biden's projected win was only just beginning.
In a related development, Trump has expressed fresh optimism on winning the US election as he continues to press lawsuits against the projected president-elect.
Trump, is trailing behind the 77-year-old former senator and vice president in both electoral and popular votes after the November 3 presidential poll.
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