The Washington Times, “Bikers for Trump look to exercise some political muscle”

At the inauguration the bikers stood down rather than provoke confrontations with the thousands of protesters, including Black Lives Matter and anarchists who joined DisruptJ20.

“Regardless of their protesting, at the end of the day, Trump’s going to be the president. So I’ve asked my guys, ‘If during our rally they come up and protest, just chuckle at them,’” Mr. Cox said.

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