He may have left office in a storm of controversy but he could be remembered light years into the future as the first US President to take ETs seriously.
One of his final acts was an order in the Covid-19 relief bill for the director of national intelligence to submit a report into "unidentified aerial phenomena" or "anomalous aerial vehicles" – aka, flying saucers.
When the Pentagon and US intelligence agencies release the data in June it is set to trigger a global debate on unidentified flying objects. Highly-regarded business magazine Forbes predicts the planet is about to experience the "year of the UFO".
The ex-President's former director of national security John Ratcliffe said the report will include previously unknown sightings from "all over the world".
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