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MAGA Boat Parade Draws Hundreds, Most Without Masks

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MAGA Boat Parade Draws Hundreds, Most Without Masks

MAGA Boat Parade Draws Hundreds, Most Without Masks

"MAGA" stands for Make America Great Again and has been attached to Trump since his first campaign.

On Sunday, Charlestown, South Carolina held a "MAGA" boat parade in honor of Trump.

The seaside event drew hundreds of participants and spectators reports Business Insider.

Photographs show the harbor dotted with boats carrying people who weren't wearing face masks.

The crowds also did not maintain social distancing as they lined up by the shore to take pictures.

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