President Donald Trump left a note for his successor, Joe Biden.
Deputy press secretary Judd Deere declined to reveal what Trump wrote to Biden or to characterize the sentiment in the note, citing privacy for communication between presidents.
Trump has refused to publicly concede to Biden and did not mention the Democrat by name in a pair of farewell addresses.
Although Trump didn’t follow many traditions of the presidency, including not attending Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday, or invite Biden to the White House for a meeting after Biden was declared the winner of November’s presidential election, at least he left him a note.
Trump left the White House for the final time as president on Wednesday morning, saying, “It’s been a great honor, the honor of a lifetime.”