Assuming he’s not arrested before he gets to Mar-a-Lago, once he is there, if he gets tipped off that the feds or the local police are getting ready to move in and arrest him, he can quickly jump on a plane to Nassau or another island, locations which are only a short private plane ride away.
Yet if he waits to depart Washington until after he is no longer President, one extremely important question remains:
Will he make it to the airport?
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Together, they amount to a kind of “Extradition for Dummies” textbook.
Will Trump make it to the airport?
Leaving washington, traveling to Mar-a-Lago?
Leaving Mar-a-Lago, traveling to the Bahamas?
Leaving the Bahamas, traveling to Havana, to transfer to a direct flight to Moscow?
UPDATED December 16, 2020 Circumstantial evidence suggests Trump might be leaning or may in the future lean toward relocating to The Bahamas. Reports indicate that,…