PUBLISHED: 03:02, Thu, Dec 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 03:03, Thu, Dec 3, 2020
According to NBC sources, there is currently “preliminary planning” on the works for the inauguration ceremony to take place on January 20, 2021. In the case of launching his campaign on the same day, Mr Trump would miss Mr Biden’s event.
The outgoing President is said to have no intentions to invite his successor to the White House prior to his inauguration day.
Mr Biden’s transition team reportedly said the lack of interaction will not change the process.
Should he decide to miss the swearing in ceremony, Mr Trump would be breaching presidential norms.
However, he would not be the first outgoing leader to do so: John Adams, John Quincy Adams and Andrew Johnson all missed their successors’ event.
Planning underway for Trump 2024 campaign launch during Biden’s inauguration (Image: Getty)
Mr Trump has told advisers he plans to reveal that he is running for the 2024 presidential election shortly after the Electoral College’s discussions on December 14, NBC has reported.
President Trump has already launched a fundraising campaign for prospective political plans.
A Political Action Committee (PAC) named Save America was unveiled last month.
Mr Trump’s campaign force has been discussing the potential to leave the campaign headquarters in Virginia or move the team elsewhere, according to the NBC source who is familiar with the plans.
Donald Trump is believed to be considering holding a rally for his 2024 presidential candidacy on the day Joe Biden is sworn in (Image: Getty)