- Trump has exited office and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have been sworn in
- The former president and his family are expected to move into a huge mansion hidden in Palm Beach
- Trump owns a home that was transformed into a 128 roomed mansion and sits on a 20-acre piece of land
As it stands, the US will be experiencing some much-anticipated change as Joe Biden was sworn-in as the 46th president.
The inauguration ceremony took place on Wednesday, January 20.
However, former president Donald Trump's exit from the White House will not necessarily mean embarrassment or a fall from grace to grass.
The US former leader and his family are expected to move into a palatial residence that is fully furnished and located within leafy suburbs.
The home tucked in Palm Beach was purchased by Trump back in 1985 at what most would consider a throwaway price.
It has a killer view of the ocean and a beachy breeze that hits the right spot in the evening.
The beachfront property sits on a 20-acre land and has a spa, guest rooms, Trump’s private residence and three bomb shelters.
According to reports, the home was transformed into a luxurious golf club that consists of 128 room. It was erected back in 1927.
In another development, it has been confirmed that Trump left a secret letter for his successor, Joe Biden, before the latter's inauguration.
The disclosure was made on Wednesday, January 20, by one of Trump's aides, Judd Deere, who worked with him in the White House.
Speaking on the write-up by his former principal, Deere said: "It’s a letter between 45 and 46." By this, he meant it was a secret letter from the 45th to the 46th president of the US.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that after his inauguration as the 46th president of the United States of America, President Biden arrived the White House, with first lady Jill Biden by his side.
The newly inaugurated US president was greeted by military members and a band.
Legit.ng gathered that the band played "Hail to the Chief" and "God Bless America" as the couple looked out.
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