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President's supporters aim for world record boat parade

Posted at 10:41 PM, Aug 16, 2020

MADEIRA BEACH, Fla. — President Trump’s supporters in Florida hit the water to break a world record.

Supporters of the president attempted to break the world record for largest boat parade.

More than 1.181 people were expected to participate at the Welch Causeway Bridge in Madeira Beach on Florida’s west coast near St. Petersburg.

The Guinness World Record for largest boat parade was set back in 2014 in Malaysia when 1,180 people took part in a boat parade.

As of now, no official count has been announced.