Van Driver Attempts to Cut off Trump’s Motorcade

November 25, 2017 Updated: November 26, 2017    

A motorist reportedly tried to cut into President Donald Trump’s motorcade in Florida, according to media reports on Saturday.

A red van, according to a White House pool report, “attempted to cut into the motorcade. Local law enforcement pulled over the vehicle, where the driver made obscene gestures and screamed several expletives,” Fox reported.

The man was pulled over by police. That’s when he made the obscene gestures and yelled, it was reported.

Trump was going back to his Mar-a-Lago residence in West Palm Beach, Florida, at around 1:52 p.m. ET, Politico reported.

There were small groups of people awaiting Trump’s motorcade. Some were protesters and some were supporters. “I support Pres. Trump bigly,” read one sign, according to an Associated Press photo. “Trump strong,” said another one.

Trump went to Florida for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. He was returning from a round of golf at the Trump International Golf Course in West Palm Beach.

AP reported that Trump spent a round golfing with six-time Master’s champion Jack Nicklaus along with his son, Gary. On Friday, Tiger Woods and golfers Dustin Johnson and Brad Faxon joined him.

Nicklaus has been a longtime Trump supporter, endorsing him before the election.

 

While you’re here and reading…

Dear reader, we have a little favor to ask of you. We work hard to deliver important and interesting articles to you, but we can’t do it without ad revenue.

Please help support independent journalism by sharing this article with your friends and family. It takes less than a minute. Thank you!