Trump Attends NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Former President Donald Trump attended the NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 racing event at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina on Sunday.

On his way to the event, President Trump’s private plane “Trump Force One” flew over the Charlotte Motor Speedway. “Passing over the Charlotte Motor Speedway now—Very exciting!” the former president said in a May 27 Truth Social post.

Podcast host Brenden Dilley pointed out that “the buzz in Charlotte, North Carolina, is incredible today. Everyone is talking about how President Trump is the first president to visit the Coca-Cola 600. Everywhere we’ve gone, people have brought it up and wanted to discuss it.”

After arriving at the event, President Trump met with members of Gold Star families. The former president watched a Boeing C-17 military transport aircraft fly over the race track, saluting as the plane flew by. A social media video showed the former president striking up a conversation with former race car driver Richard Petty at the event.

President Trump’s Coca-Cola 600 visit came after his New York trial’s testimony came to an end last week. The prosecution rested its case on Monday, followed by the defense on Tuesday. The jurors were dismissed until May 28, giving the former president some time to boost his campaign activities.

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