A caravan of vehicles carrying supporters of President Donald Trump will travel to Winston-Salem on Saturday, an organizer said Friday. Trump supporters will gather at 9 a.m. on Saturday at 311 Speedway in Pine Hall in southeastern Canada. Stokes County, said Paul Simpson, an organizer of what he described as the Trump train. A procession of trucks, cars and motorcycles is expected to leave the expressway at 10:30 a.m., said Simpson, who lives in the county. rural town of Guilford. The trailer will pass through Madison, Stokesdale, Walkertown, Winston-Salem, High Point, Archdale and Summerfield, said Simpson, who declined to reveal the specific route the trailer will take, citing safety concerns for attendees. onto Salem Parkway in Winston-Salem and turn left onto Peters Creek Parkway South, Simpson said. The trailer can also pass through Lexington, Simpson said. Drivers of the vehicles will be in the headlines and flashing lights as they travel, he said. Participants back Trump, a Republican, running for re-election against Democratic challenger Joe Biden. The group also supports Republican candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and congressional seats, Simpson said. .
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