Automobiles with flags exposing assistance for President Donald Trump drive south on I-271 near Brainard Road in Lyndhurst, Ohio on Saturday early morning, September 26, 2020. The lorries entered into a caravan driving around Cleveland in a loop on the different freeways. David Petkiewicz, cleveland.comDavid Petkiewicz, cleveland.com
CLEVELAND, Ohio– Great deals of people took part in a caravan parade throughout significant highways in the Cleveland area on Saturday in assistance of President Donald Trump.Cars, trucks, SUVs and vans placing on Trump flags drove through the interstates showing their support. Lots of also flew American flags.The caravan course went from Interstate 480 West to the Jennings Highway( I-176), to I-90 East, to I-271 South, and back to I-480 West to make a total loop.The caravan remained generally in the center 2 lanes to allow other traffic to pass.The point of the caravan was to support
Trump and law enforcement officer, according to Edward Kovac, amongst the organizers for the event.Those who got involved were invited to get together at Quaker Steak & Lube in Valley View afterward.Read more stories on cleveland.com: Federal real estate coupons more crucial than ever, when life is tough for
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