MIAMI — From Pensacola to Palm Beach, supporters of President Trump will be gathering in cities across Florida Saturday at noon in a show of support and to welcome their “hero” home, organizers and party loyalists told the Washington Examiner.
“This is President Trump’s ground zero, his home base,” said Michael Barnett, chairman of the Palm Beach Republican Party and a stalwart supporter of the president.
“He’s getting ready to move back to Mar-a-Lago,” he continued. “We’re ready to welcome him back as our president, as our good friend, our hero, and great servant of our country who got shafted by the establishment.”
“Florida is pretty much a safe Republican state,” he added while predicting a campaign role for Trump in coming GOP contests, especially for the reelection bid for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Police and officials in one Palm Beach County city are preparing for the arrival Wednesday of President Donald Trump to his Mar-a-Lago resort hours after leaving office.
A letter sent from Palm Beach town manager Kirk Blouin and Police Chief Nicholas Caristo advised residents of road closures around the resort starting Wednesday and being in place for “several days”.
Loyal Trump supporter Willy Guardiola helped organize gatherings across the state for Saturday at noon and still holds out hope that President-elect Joe Biden will not be inaugurated next week.