President Trump is expected to leave the resort in Florida and return to Washington before New Year's Eve, when the Republicans plan to "overturn" the election. US President Donald Trump will skip the New Year's party at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida tonight to return to Washington, even though the guests were at the club and informed that Trump would attend, according to three people who understand the subject. Trump often likes to appear on the red carpet in front of the press and his friends at the annual New Year's Eve party, so it is considered an unusual move for him to ignore the event this year. In the President's daily public schedule on December 31, the White House said that the President and First Lady Melania Trump will leave Florida at 11 a.m. (11 p.m. Hanoi) to return to the White House. US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania depart for Mar-a-lago for Christmas and New Year on December 23. Photo: AFP. US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania depart for Mar-a-lago for Christmas and New Year on December 23. Photo: AFP. During his time in Florida, Trump completely focused on efforts to reverse the election results and the upcoming electoral votes certification meeting in parliament, scheduled for January 6. After losing dozens of lawsuits and being rejected by the Supreme Court, Trump viewed the January 6 parliamentary meeting as the best opportunity to "overturn" the election. The National Assembly session on January 6 is usually only procedural, where the President of the Senate (assumed by the vice president) will open the electoral votes of each state for the members of the parliament to confirm. If there are no objections, the electoral votes will be officially confirmed by the parliament and the President of the Senate will declare the winner of the presidential election. However, the January 6, 2021 parliamentary session attracted the attention of public opinion, as Trump and his allies were planning to have Republican MPs and senators submit written petitions against the vote. Electors in battlefield states were accused of "electoral fraud". Trump's allies in parliament plan to submit a roster of alternate electors, thereby declaring Trump the winner. According to many sources, Trump was always irritable during his vacation in Florida and worried about everything from election results to the renovation of First Lady Melania's private residence. Trump also said that he feared Iran might retaliate in the coming days for the murder of General Qasem Soleimani a year ago. One speculated that it might have been a factor in his early departure. Trump was in Mar-a-Lago when he ordered the US military to carry out the killing of Soleimani on January 3, 2020. Republican Senator Josh Hawley became the first senator to say he would support a plan to oppose the certification of electoral votes in parliament. This may delay the certification process, but not change the election results. Trump also tweeted that he would meet with supporters in Washington on Jan. 6, suggesting major protests planned in the capital.