Trump plans to take “The Beast” for a Daytona 500 ride

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President Trump plans to take the Presidential limousine, known as "The Beast," for a ride on the Daytona 500.
The White House is working with NASCAR officials to have Trump take a ride on the track in Daytona, Florida to start the racing season on Sunday, sources told Fox News White House correspondent John Roberts, who said the plan was "not 100%" as the logistics are still being worked out.

Trump plans to attend the Daytona 500, which marks the start of the 2020 NASCAR season, on the way back to Washington, D.C., after a weekend at its Mar-a-Lago complex in Palm Beach, Florida. A Trump campaign adviser disclosed plans for the arrest earlier in the week.
"This is the base," said a Trump campaign adviser. “Americans who fear God and who love the countryside. "
NASCAR welcomed the president's visit and named him grand marshal of the race on Sunday, making Trump the first incumbent president to hold the honor.
"Daytona International Speedway has had the privilege of hosting several presidents of the United States throughout our history," said Daytona International Speedway president Chip Wile in a statement. declaration. "We are honored that the President of the United States has chosen to experience the pageantry and excitement of" The Great American Race "by participating in Sunday's 62nd Daytona 500. "
"The Beast," which resembles a Cadillac XT6 sedan, is the President's armored car. It weighs almost 10 tonnes and costs around $ 1.5 million. It comes with security features to protect the President from a wide range of threats, including terrorism or an assassination attempt. The car carries a variety of medical supplies, including a refrigerator filled with Trump's blood type.

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