(Washington Examiner) Hundreds of thousands of men and women rolled into Washington, D.C., on motorcycles Sunday morning as part of an annual Memorial Day tradition that honors fallen service members.
"Fantastic to have 400,000 GREAT MEN & WOMEN of Rolling Thunder in D.C. showing their patriotism. They love our Country, they love our Flag,
they stand for our National Anthem! Thanks to Executive Director Artie Muller," Trump tweeted Sunday.
Sunday marked the 31st year people have gathered from all over the country on Memorial Day weekend to ride and remember members of the military who made the ultimate sacrifice.
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The group gathers at the Pentagon around noon then departs for a lap around the National Mall, which includes the Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Reflecting Pool, Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Tidal Basin, and Korean War Memorial.