Former president of America Donald Trump is looking unlikely to concede the US presidential election but experts have revealed how he would be escorted out of the White House if he refuses to leave.

Donald Trump will leave the White house, several days before inauguration day, to go on one of his “usual weekly weekend” visits to Mar a Lago, down in Florida and, then, he will simply not return.

Perhaps Trump would leave the weekend before (Friday night, Jan 15), or perhaps even the weekend before that (Friday night, Jan. 8). And, then, with no explanation, Donald Trump will simply not physically return to the White House ever.

Trump is not expected to formally admit his defeat but he is likely to grudgingly vacate the White House at the end of his term.

Meanwhile, Trump continues to push unsupported allegations of electoral misconduct and conspiracy theories amid the trappings of presidential power. Trump took the fraud claims to court – but most of the lawsuits only demand better access for campaign observers to locations where ballots were being processed and counted.

Just to avoid the humiliation Trump will try to avoid giving the press an opportunity to snap pics of his own and also  to try to avoid that worldwide shame.