- Trump met with representatives of the ‘Bikers for Trump’ fan group on Saturday in Bedminster, New Jersey
- Rain sent the gathering into the clubhouse of Trump’s golf club but it resumed outdoors for another photo-op
- Bikers jeered at reporters to ‘tell the truth’, chanted ‘USA’ and ‘Four more years’, and said Pledge of Allegiance
- Fan club Bikers for Trump is a major grassroots support network with 100,000 members across the country
President Donald Trump has met with a group of 180 bikers at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, reveling in the group’s loyal support as they bashed the press and recited the Pledge of Allegiance.
The group, made up of veterans and members of the New Jersey chapter of Bikers for Trump, descended on Trump National Golf Club on Saturday in a procession of chrome and roar of exhaust pipes.
Claiming nearly 100,000 members across the country, Bikers for Trump is a major grassroots organization that supports the Trump administration’s agenda.
Driving rain at first pushed a planned outdoor photo-op into the club’s ballroom, where the White House press pool was ushered in at around 3.30pm and greeted with noisy chants of ‘USA, USA!’