U.S. Presidents generally leave a welcoming note for their successors on their last day as Commander-in-Chief on the desk in the Oval Office.
Here’s George H.W. Bush’s heartfelt note to Bill Clinton…
George H.W. Bush penned an emotional, inspirational letter to incoming President Bill Clinton during his last hours in the White House.
The letter is now housed at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum in College Station, Texas, and went viral after a Yale post-graduate student tweeted about it, as a “magnanimous, bipartisan & dignified note,” The Telegraph reports.
A good-luck letter from departing presidents to their successors has become a White House tradition.
George H.W. Bush left this magnanimous, bipartisan & dignified note for Bill Clinton on January 20, 1993. pic.twitter.com/G5EqnY8fuN
— James Cameron (@CameronJJJ) June 9, 2016
So it will be interesting to see of Obama will have as much class to leave his successor a note, probably not if it is Trump, but we shall see.