Hundreds of boaters hold parade for Trump near Mar-a-Lago

They set sail to the chief!

Hundreds of boaters floated in Palm Beach on Sunday for an on-water parade in support of President Trump.

The waterway procession took off at around 11:30 a.m. from Jupiter Inlet and moved south to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club, NBC South Florida reported.

Footage showed vessels of all sizes waving “Trump 2020” and American flags.

The show of support caught the eye of the president, who thanked his boat-loving backers.

“Thank you very much to our beautiful ‘boaters.’ I will never let you down!” he tweeted.

Boat ramps in Palm Beach County re-opened on Wednesday after being closed for weeks as part of efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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