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Out-of-town pool report #6
Franco Ordonez • McClatchy
March 19, 2017: 04:13 PM

At 4:03, the motorcade pulled out of Mar-a-Lago and headed toward the airport.

The crowd of supporters at the foot of the nearby bridge crossing over

the Lake Worth Lagoon has doubled, if not tripled in size. It's also

become more demographically diverse with several African American

supporters joining the group. Several new signs that are being held up

include ... "45" and "Blacks for Trump, " and "very fake news"

Trump stoped the motorcade opened the door, stood on the edge and

waved to the crowd.

One of the supporters Andrea Harman said he shook several hands. She

gushed about the experience.

"That was so cool, " She said.

As the motorcade pulled a way, one supporter yelled "God Bless America."

Closer to the airport a group of protesters lined street. Some turned

their back to the motorcade.

"Hit the road jerk," one sign read.

Other demonstrators held out pink and white placards that read,

"Loser" and "Narcissist"

Another sign read:

"Russian Headquarters aka Mar-A-Lago. "

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