Trump supporters from Michigan traveling across the country with a massive Trump parade float were in Rawlins earlier this week. From left, Christina Fitchett-Hickson, Jeff Hickson and Rob Cortis pose for the camera in front of the float.

RAWLINS – A behemoth President Donald Trump parade float that showcases in large, American-flag decorated words “Build the Wall” was seen resting on Monday in the parking lot of local home improvement store.

Called the “Trump Unity Bridge,” a group of campaign rousers from Michigan were on their way to California to gain momentum for the upcoming 2020 presidential election.

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