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Parade of Trump supporters travels through Annapolis, then caravans north and south

Supporters of President Donald Trump rallied just outside Annapolis Saturday morning to stage a parade featuring hundreds of decorated cars and trucks.

Decked out with “Trump 2020” flags, “Trump-Pence” posters and portraits of the president, several hundred people wearing red “MAGA" shirts and “Trump” hats gathered about 11 a.m. at the Trump campaign office on Defense Highway then drove through Annapolis before splitting up, some going north and others south.

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Along the way, the parade was met by supporters waving more flags and banners, but also some comments from people who don’t support the president.

Steven Willis popped up out of the sunroof of the car he was riding in to shout “Black Lives Matter” and call the president a “racist.” But he had more conciliatory words for the participants in the parade.

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“I don’t like Trump, but I like you and your dog,” he shouted to passing drivers.

The event was organized by the Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee.

Joe Biden supporter Steven Willis, shouts from a car sunfoof "Trump is a racist...Black Lives Matter" and "I don't like Trump, but I like you and your dog" to drivers in the parade.
Joe Biden supporter Steven Willis, shouts from a car sunfoof "Trump is a racist...Black Lives Matter" and "I don't like Trump, but I like you and your dog" to drivers in the parade. (Paul W. Gillespie/Capital Gazette)

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