By Mark SteynDonald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign is now coming to a close.
The presumptive Republican nominee, who is known for his outlandish comments and bizarre predictions, will now become the first sitting president to retire from office.
The presumptive Republican candidate, who has a long history of making bizarre claims and wild promises, will become the only sitting president in US history to retire, the New York Times reported.
Trump will be 83 in November 2020.
He has been president for eight years, but the only president to leave office at the end of his term is George Washington in 1789.
The Trump administration is expected to be short-lived, and he has indicated that he may not run again.
In an interview with the New Yorker published on Monday, Trump said he was leaving office “in good hands.”
“I’m going to do it for a long time,” he said.
“There are so many of us that I don’t think we are going to have a big legacy for us.
We will have a great legacy.
I want to have that legacy.”
Trump has previously claimed that his “biggest dream” is to build a giant space station and the moon.
He said he wants to have the world’s “best scientists” working on his program and that he has “a real-time plan” to send all of the world to Mars.
The billionaire businessman and reality TV star has repeatedly claimed that he can create jobs, fix the economy and lower taxes.
But in his interview with The New Yorker, Trump claimed that it is impossible to have such jobs and that it would be “totally impossible” for him to reduce taxes, while leaving the government running.
He said he “could have all the people in the world” working for him, but that he would not have enough money to hire and train them.
“You know I have an incredible amount of wealth, but I could not possibly have all these people working for me,” Trump said.
“So I would have to have an enormous amount of money to do that.”
Trump said that the government “would never let me do that,” adding that he “can’t get that done.”
In his interview, Trump also talked about how he plans to use the moon as a “pilot test” to make space travel a reality.
He said that he is currently thinking about how to go to the moon and “fly back and forth” between the moon surface and Earth orbit in “a few years.”
He said that “if we could get people to go there, I think that could be really interesting, because you know, you could see something really beautiful.”
I would love to go, but it would take so long, because it’s very expensive,” he added.
Trump said he would send astronauts to the Moon and said he has plans to send “some of the best minds in the country to come to the planet and learn about our planet.”
The president said he plans on having “a small group of people” on the moon, but he said that that group would consist of only “a couple of scientists and engineers.”
He also said that any missions to Mars would be funded by a “massive tax cut.”
The billionaire mogul has also promised to raise taxes on the middle class and promised to build the world “the greatest and strongest border wall ever built.”
Trump will leave office with an estimated net worth of $12.6 billion, according to the New Yorkers real estate brokerage Zillow.