Trump will make historic visit to NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday

2BKCBDP President Donald J. Trump, joined by First Lady Melania Trump, participates in an interview with Jamie Little of Fox Sports before the start of the NASCAR Daytona 500 auto race Sunday, Feb. 16, 2020, at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla. President Trump and the First Lady at the NASCAR Daytona 500 Race

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President Trump will head to the heart of North Carolina on Sunday for the famous NASCAR Coca-Cola 600, which will take place at the Charlotte Motor Speedway during the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

The president, who has been making exciting appearances all year amidst his 2024 presidential reelection campaign, will be the first president in history to attend the Charlotte NASCAR race, Axios reported.

While acting as the sitting President of the United States, Trump famously attended the Daytona 500 in 2020. The crowds that year were excited to see Air Force One arrive near the speedway. He was joined during his visit by First Lady Melania Trump.

Trump’s presidential motorcade made several laps around the Daytona International Speedway prior to the beginning of the race.

The visit to Charlotte Motor Speedway will come just one day after Trump is scheduled to address the Libertarian Convention on Saturday. The NASCAR appearance also pays unspoken homage, perhaps, to the origins of the popular “F*** Joe Biden” chant that was inadvertently birthed at the racetrack.

RSBN reported in 2021 that NASCAR’s Brandon Brown won the Talladega Xfinity Series race. While interviewing Brandon post-win on the track, an NBC reporter mistook “F*** Joe Biden” chants from the crowd for “Let’s Go, Brandon!”

“Let’s Go Brandon” has since become a popular chant for Americans who are fed up with Joe Biden’s leadership in the United States, acting as a clean stand-in for the expletive-laced original chant.

In 2022, sales for “Let’s Go Brandon” Christmas wrapping paper swept the nation as Americans eagerly flocked to purchase the fun and politically inspired product. In fact, sales for the paper doubled between 2021 and 2022.

Sunday’s race will feature a 600-mile battle to the finish line and will be aired on FOX, per Axios.

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