- Donald Trump departed Washington DC for Florida "controversial and disgraced" as Joe Biden took over on January 20
- The former president is now said to be at one of his clubs where he daily golfs as his supporters visit to cheer him
- A not-too-far-from-ridicule hero, Trump was on Sunday subjected to ridicule as sky banner labelled the former president "worst ever"
Donald Trump left the White House on Wednesday, January 20, and was flown to his home in Florida amid controversies and political tension that trailed the unfortunate attack on the Capitol.
A self-styled hero of the American white supremacists, the former president departed Washington DC thinking he had escaped ridicule and scathing criticism.
But a sky-writing plane was spotted in the air on Sunday, January 24, heading toward Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, with a banner hanging behind it and taking a swipe at the former president.
Trump, who was said to be in his private club since Wednesday when he departed White after a short-funned traditional farewell rally, was described as a "pathetic loser."
According to TMZ, another sky banner also surfaced with the inscription "worst president ever."
Since suffering defeat to Joe Biden in the November 3 presidential election, Trump has been delusional with his claims of victory.
His Twitter rants and seemingly violence-inviting statements while rejecting the election's results, led to his ban from top leading social media platforms including Twitter, with the Capitol attack capping the controversy of Trump's government and personality.
Since leaving office, Trump is said to have headed to Florida where he is spotted golfing at Mar-a-Lago with some supporters in tow, greeting him with signs of encouragement.
In other news, the Joe Biden administration has described as "unproductive and cynical" the decision by China to sanction some officials of the last Donald Trump-led administration.
The White House also labelled the sanction as one capable of sowing the seed of rancour and further straining the relationship between the US and the Asian country.
Emily Horne, a national security council spokeswoman said in a statement on Wednesday, January 20, that China's decision which was announced when a new president was taking an oath of office is untimely.