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Hundreds of drivers took to I-270 to show support for President Trump

The drivers traveled around the highway in Columbus.
Credit: WBNS-TV
A screengrab from a video recorded from a phone on a dashboard of people in a parade on I-270 in support of Donald Trump on October 3, 2020.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Hundreds of President Donald Trump supporters took to I-270 in Columbus on Saturday morning to show they back the candidate.

The supporters met at exit ramps throughout the Columbus area and joined together driving on the highway.

Organizers told participants to drive 50 to 55 mph and obey traffic laws.

Most vehicles had American flags and Trump banners attached to their vehicles.

President Trump's doctors said the president is doing well while he is being treated for COVID-19 Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and is fever-free Saturday.

His doctors said he is not having difficulty breathing after contracting the coronavirus. 

Democrat Joe Biden offered sympathy to President Trump over his coronavirus diagnosis Friday.

Biden tested negative for COVID-19.