WATCH: Boat Parade Jams Brevard Intracoastal Waterways to Show Support for President Donald Trump

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parade will start at 11 a.m. north of State Road 528

ABOVE VIDEO: Highlights from the President Donald J. Trump Boat Parade in Brevard County, Florida.

WATCH: A huge boat parade is traversing the Indian and Banana Rivers Saturday morning to celebrate America and show support for President Donald Trump. The parade started at about 11 a.m. just north of State Road 528 and is traveling south.

WATCH: A huge boat parade is traversing the Indian and Banana Rivers Saturday morning to celebrate America and show support for President Donald Trump. The parade started at about 11 a.m. just north of State Road 528 and is traveling south.

WATCH: A huge boat parade is traversing the Indian and Banana Rivers Saturday morning to celebrate America and show support for President Donald Trump. The parade started at about 11 a.m. just north of State Road 528 and is traveling south.

A huge boat parade is traversing the Indian and Banana Rivers Saturday morning to celebrate America and show support for President Donald Trump. The parade started at about 11 a.m. just north of State Road 528 and is traveling south. The above image was taken just south of the State Road 528 Causeway as boats prepared to get underway.
A huge boat parade is traversing the Indian and Banana Rivers Saturday morning to celebrate America and show support for President Donald Trump. The parade started at about 11 a.m. just north of State Road 528 and is traveling south.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – A huge boat parade is traversing the Indian and Banana Rivers Saturday morning to celebrate America and show support for President Donald Trump.

The parade started at about 11 a.m. just north of State Road 528 and is traveling south.

Some boaters will then turn north into the Banana River at Dragon Point, while others will continue south to the Sebastian area.

“This day of boating is in pure fun to show our American pride and spirit while supporting the President in 2020,” said organizers.

“Numerous friends came forward to help make this a fun and successful day to include making sure Mathers Bridge can stay open a bit longer to accommodate the boat traffic.”

Several other boat parades supporting President Trump have been held in Florida, from Jacksonville to South Florida.

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A boat parade is traversing the Indian and Banana Rivers on Saturday, June 20, to celebrate America and show support for President Donald Trump. The parade started at 11 a.m. just north of State Road 528 and will travel south. Some boaters will then turn north into the Banana River at Dragon Point, while others will continue south to the Sebastian area.
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