DONALD Trump has warned violence will "never be tolerated" in a farewell video speech - vowing "it's only the beginning" of the movement.
The outgoing president made his final address on Tuesday - before making way for the Joe Biden, who will be sworn into office.
"This week, we inaugurate a new Administration and pray for its success in keeping America safe and prosperous," Trump said.
The president said the administration came with a "mission to make America great again".
He added: "For all Americans. As OI conclude my terms as the 45th president of the United States, I stand here truly proud of what we have achieved, together."
"We did what we came here to do - and so much more."
He is expected to leave the White House on Wednesday morning, before Joe Biden's inauguration in the afternoon.
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