Donald Trump's Presidency Will End on the Day of a Comet, a Meteor Shower, and a Total Eclipse of the Sun | 22 Words

It seems the end of Donald Trump's presidency won't be a quiet one, as the universe has quite the show lined up...

On the day Donald Trump's presidency ends, there will be quite a show.

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But you'll have to look up to see it...

It's set to be quite a grand finale.

But will you be able to see it from where you are?

Safe to say, President Trump has had a busy 4 years.

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Love him or hate him, it's hard to deny he's made an impact.

It's been a strange couple of years...

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No one could quite believe what they were hearing when the notorious business tycoon announced his plans to run for president during the 2016 presidential campaigns.

But, remarkably, it wasn't a publicity stunt.

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Donald Trump was being deadly serious about his bid for his place in the White House, and kicked off his campaign with an array of promises, such as building a wall along the border of Mexico, allowing all American's the right to bear arms, and to, of course, "make America great again."

And when it came round to election day...

The world awoke on November 9th to see that America officially had its new leader - President Donald Trump.

It's been an eventful few years...

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It's certainly been up and down - Trump has sparked his fair share of outrage, imposing a temporary travel ban on Muslims entering and leaving the U.S. and banning transgender people from the military, just for example. But he also passed a bill that makes animal cruelty a federal crime, and unemployment in the country was at an all-time low at just 3.6 percent.

However, the president is certainly no stranger to criticism and controversy.

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Much of his behavior while acting as president has been questioned, with many calling for him to be impeached, and even removed from office entirely.

And, earlier this year...

Many prayers were answered when the president was actually impeached.

Trump was charged with 2 offenses.

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The first was for abuse of power, and the second was an accusation of blocking his aides from testifying and failing to co-operate with the House impeachment investigation.

However, regardless of his impeachment...

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Trump continued to hold an awful lot of power and his support was still going strong.

But, despite his overwhelmingly loyal fan base...

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There's no denying that Trump has handled this year's coronavirus pandemic terribly.

Our country is the worst affected in the world by the pandemic...

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And despite catching the virus himself, Trump has seemed to remain completely oblivious to how catastrophic the virus has been for millions of people.

The people of America were left grieving and feeling angry...

But of course, this didn't stop Trump from running as president for a second term in this year's 2020 elections.

Trump's presidential campaign was as chaotic as we'd all expected...

And in comparison to Democratic candidate Joe Biden's toned-down campaign, Trump seemed to be desperately grasping at straws.

He was clearly in panic mode...

And right up until November 3rd, when the votes started to get counted, Trump continued to spread lies about Biden and his campaign team in a desperate bid to be reelected.

But these efforts were to little avail.

On November 7th, it was confirmed that Joe Biden had won the election by amassing 284 electoral college seats to Trump's 214.

It was a clear and fair win for Biden and vice president-elect, Kamala Harris...

But Trump has refused to see it this way and, instead, has been accusing Biden and his team of election fraud ever since. According to Trump, the Republicans are the real winners here.

Trump needs to admit defeat in a graceful and respectful way...

Because if he doesn't, his name will continue to be dragged through the mud.

But in spite of his confidence ...

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His time is drawing to a close and it seems the universe has put on a show for it.

Monday the 14th is the day the Electoral College is set to officially confirm Joe Biden as president-elect, marking the end of Trump's presidency.

Monday the 14th is also the day some parts of Earth are set to see a comet, a meteor shower, and a total eclipse of the sun.

The day will begin with the biggest annual meteor shower - the Geminids - reaching their peak brightness, which could see up to 150 multicolored “shooting stars" per hour.

Later followed by a total solar eclipse, though this will only be visible in Chile and Argentina.

Thirdly and finally, for those in South America, you may be able to catch a glimpse of a comet.

The comet or shooting star, Comet C/2020 S3 (Erasmus) will be just 11º from the Sun during the eclipse, though it is not certain if it will be bright enough to be visible.

Discovered in September by astronomer Nicolas Erasmus, this comet only passes through the inner Solar System once every two-thousand years.

It's almost like there's something special happening.

So, remember to look up!

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