Hundreds Turn Out For Trump Boat & Motorcycle Parade in
According to News Center Maine, hundreds of Trump supporters and boat and motorcycle enthusiasts alike, descended on Bangor for a Labor Day Trump parade both on land and water.
The event, which was spearheaded by the Maine GOP, called for people on motorcycles and boats to meet in Bucksport and parade in and beside the Penobscot River until they reached the city of Bangor. The event, which began at around 1 PM on Labor Day, drew hundreds to the area complete with Trump and American flags flying high.
In addition to the boaters and the bikers, there was also a group of cars in a parade configuration following along as well. People in attendance told News Center that while the event was created as a parade in support of the President, anyone was welcome to attend the event regardless of their political affiliation or which candidate they support.
The boats reached the Bangor Waterfront area around 3 PM Monday afternoon where a slew of people and vehicles were waiting and cheering to see them circle the docks. More than 25 boats were in attendance by the time the parade reached the city of Bangor.
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