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Dontrell Miller stepped off his Trump flag adorned boat near the shores of Galveston to board the red, white and blue decorated vessel of James Clark.
“Welcome aboard, my friend,” Clark saluted his guest and handed him a beer. This was the first time the two men had ever met. But it won’t be the last.
The Miller family is Black and the Clark’s are “White-Latino-Cajun with a little French sprinkled in to boot,” Teresa, James’ wife explained.
The two families enjoyed their new comradery based on their love of boating and support of President Donald Trump for re-election.
Passing by Galveston’s Lee and Joe Jamail City Park on 61st Street, the boats eventually joined the more than 800 other floating vessels on Sunday, September 6th Labor Day weekend on the Texas coast city.
This new friendship is perhaps symbolic of hundreds of similar happenings in parades and caravans in…
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