Former President Donald Trump will have to head back to New York again so he can sit through his witch hunt trial in Manhattan all week, but he got in a good bit of campaigning over the weekend, including attending a Formula One race, where he was greeted with massive chants of support.

Trump received roaring chants of “USA” when he arrived at the third annual Formula One Miami Grand Prix on Sunday. As the former president’s motorcade was en route to the Hard Rock Stadium, crowds of supporters lined up along the road to greet him. Additionally, a group of police officers gave him a warm welcome by waving and giving thumbs up as the motorcade passed by.

Upon arriving at the stadium, Trump’s security detail escorted him through the tunnels and into the concourse. The entranceway was swarmed with fans and supporters, cheering and shouting “USA” as Trump arrived. The enthusiastic welcome persisted as Trump arrived on the track, with the crowd erupting into even louder chants of “USA.” The Republican nominee was visibly seen waving to the crowd, holding a MAGA hat in his right hand.

Tom Garfinkel, Miami Dolphins CEO and managing general partner of the F1 Miami Grand Prix, did not announce that Trump would be attending the race due to security reasons. “I’m not allowed to disclose the attendees for security and privacy reasons,” Garfinkel said. “We don’t talk about communications with people, but I will say that there won’t be any fundraisers at the event.” 

The event offered a brief respite from the “hush money” trial overseen by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, which Trump has been mandated to attend daily by Biden donor Judge Juan Merchan, who is presiding over the case.

After leaving the White House, Trump has been spotted attending various sporting events. He has become a regular guest at UFC pay-per-view events and has also attended multiple college football games. His most recent appearance was during the South Carolina-Clemson rivalry game in the fall.

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