At least three top Republicans plan to miss President Donald Trump's farewell ceremony on Wednesday.
Vice President Mike Pence is unable to make it due to logistical issues, per The Washington Post.
Vice President Mike Pence and the top two Republicans in Congress, soon-to-be Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, plan to skip President Donald Trump's departure ceremony on Wednesday morning.
In most previous years, the outgoing president has met with the incoming president and first lady at the White House.
McConnell and McCarthy are not the only former Trump allies to snub his departure ceremony.
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