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Outgoing US President Donald Trump drives by cheering supporters in West Palm Beach, Florida during the inauguration ceremony for his successor Joe Biden, on the way to his post-presidency home at his Mar-a-Lago estate. Trump has broken with the long-standing US tradition of former presidents attending inaugurations. IMAGES

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