Outgoing Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenWarren builds her brand with 2020 down the road AACR’s march on Washington Obama to attend Pittsburgh Steelers owner's funeral MORE will resume a long-held personal ritual when he leaves Washington for his home state of Delaware after President-elect Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star defaced Report: Senate's Russia probe understaffed Trump won't comment on Le Pen's advancement in French election MORE's inauguration on Jan. 20: taking the train.
“Jan 20, Jill and I will head home to Delaware the same way I have for 44 years: by train,” Biden tweeted Tuesday.
“Serving this country has been our greatest honor,” he added.
Jan 20, Jill and I will head home to Delaware the same way I have for 44 years: by train. Serving this country has been our greatest honor. pic.twitter.com/D0g2rEvE9R— Vice President Biden (@VP) January 10, 2017
Biden, who served as a senator for 36 years prior to becoming President Obama’s vice president, earned the nickname “Amtrak Joe” for his daily commutes between Washington and his home in Wilmington, Del.
Biden last week revealed that he will work on foreign policy issues at the University of Pennsylvania and would continue his cancer “moonshot” initiative through a new organization, the Biden Trust.