Trump Gets Outrageous Surprise At Unannounced Formula One Race

Trump Gets Outrageous Surprise At Unannounced Formula One Race

As former president Donald Trump made his entrance at the third annual Formula One Miami Grand Prix on Sunday, he was met with resounding chants of “USA.”

Large crowds of supporters lined the streets on both sides as the former president’s convoy approached Hard Rock Stadium. Numerous police officers also greeted him enthusiastically, waving and giving thumbs up as the convoy passed by.

Upon arrival at the stadium, Trump’s security detail guided him through the tunnels and into the concourse. As Trump emerged, fans and supporters gathered at the entrance, shouting “USA” and cheering.

The cheers escalated into thunderous chants of “USA” as Trump stepped onto the track, eliciting an enthusiastic response from the audience. The Republican figure was spotted holding a MAGA hat in his right hand, waving to the crowd.

Regarding security measures, Tom Garfinkel, CEO of the Miami Dolphins and managing general partner of the F1 Miami Grand Prix, refrained from confirming Trump's presence at the race.

“For security and privacy reasons, I cannot disclose the attendees,” Garfinkel stated. “We do not discuss communications with individuals, but I can confirm that there will be no fundraising activities during the event.”

The event provided a brief break from the ongoing “hush money” trial involving Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Juan Merchan, a Biden supporter overseeing the case, has mandated Trump’s daily attendance at the trial.

Since leaving the White House, Trump has attended various sporting events. He has become a frequent presence at UFC pay-per-view events and has also attended multiple college football games, including the recent South Carolina versus Clemson rivalry game last fall.

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