Fmr. Florida AG Pam Bondi Touts Clearwater’s Pro-Trump Boat Parade Attempt to Break Guinness World Record

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WATCH: In June, a huge boat parade traversed the Indian and Banana Rivers in Brevard County to celebrate America and show support for President Donald Trump. The parade started just north of State Road 528 and traveled south.

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS) – National Co-chair of Women for Trump Pam Bondi spoke to “Fox & Friends Weekend” at a beach in Florida where supporters hope to break a Guinness record for holding the world’s largest boat parade Saturday.

“This is a not-so-silent majority, and this is what’s going to get the president re-elected,” Bondi said. “These are families on every single boat, and they are not scared to be out there supporting President Trump and his great agenda.”

The former Florida Attorney General, in her hometown of Clearwater, said they think they have more than 1,800 boats assembled.

Organizers say they need more than 1,180 to break the record, FOX 13 reported.

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