PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A caravan of at least 100 vehicles showed up on the streets of Portsmouth Sunday morning, showing support for the President's reelection campaign.
Many of the vehicles were decked out in Trump signs, flags, and other homemade banners. They began their ride at a Toyota dealership that hosted a pro-Trump rally back in 2016, when Hillary Clinton won the swing state by 0.4 percent.
The caravan of demonstrators planned to roll through left-leaning cities like Durham on Sunday, driving in groups of ten vehicles at a time, in order to avoid parade permits.
Durham's Democratic Town Councilor Wayne Burton told WBZ NewsRadio he gets it.
"I do understand the anger," Burton said. "No one has been speaking for us working people, and others. He's just the wrong figure."
Burton said the views of those taking to the streets on Sunday are not reflective of his community, and that "most of the people that show up are not necessarily from the towns of Portsmouth or Durham."
WBZ NewsRadio's Matt Shearer reports:
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