New Jersey boat parade in support of Trump, police and vets attempts to break world record

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 New Jersey boat parade supporting police officers, veterans and President Trump is attempting to break a Guinness world record Saturday.

“We’re hoping to double our number. Last time was 1,200 [boats], so 2,400 would be nice. Three thousand was our goal, and we’ll see if we meet it,” Chris Molla, organizer of Law Enforcement Officer and Veterans Support Boat Parade, told “Fox & Friends Weekend” — while driving his boat.

“It was amazing last time, and I think it’s going to be an even bigger event and bigger, a bigger show for everybody to see and just the whole town and everybody get involved and show support for the people that need it right now in this climate,” he said.

By Caleb Parke 

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