Donald Trump departed 15 minutes later than scheduled from the White House, as he headed to Marine One for the last time.

He briefly spoke with reporters before boarding Marine One.

The helicopter circled the Capitol before landing at Andrews Air Force Base.

He landed at Joint Base Andrews with the songs “Gloria and Don’t Stop Believin'” playing. He then spoke without a Teleprompter saying, “It was my greatest honor and privilege to be your president.” He praised his work and his family’s, remarking, “People have no idea how hard this family worked. they worked, and they worked for you. they could have had a much easier life, but they did a fantastic job.”

He also finally acknowledged people who have lost their lives to COVID, but he did it with a xenophobic comment:

“First thing we have to do is pay our respects and our love to the incredible people and families who suffered so gravely from the China virus. It’s a horrible thing that was put onto the world. We all know where it came from, but it’s a horrible, horrible thing, so be careful, be very, very careful.”

The speech lasted about 10 minutes and ended with him saying, “We will be back in some form.”

As Air Force One took off Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” played with the words, “I did it my way” blaring.