Veteran Paints Trump 2020 Banner On His Lawn & Trump Tweets Thank You

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Air Force veteran J.R. Majewski from Port Clinton, Ohio used over 120 gallons of biodegradable chalk-based paint on his lawn to create a 19,000-square-foot banner for President Trump in the upcoming 2020 elections.

The banner covers a massive grassy lot shaped in a triangular form that’s located in the middle of a suburb community. Most of the lot is painted blue, but in the middle, there’s a giant red, white, and blue banner that says “TRUMP -2020- KEEP AMERICA… GREAT!”

J.R. said he been a silent supporter for a long time because he didn’t want confrontation or to lose friends over his political opinion but this year he’s decided to go public with it and even placed a sign in the grassy lot that says, “YES I support TRUMP and YES we can still be friends even if you don’t.”

The president of the United States was eventually informed on the J.R.’s supportive banner and sent him a tweet thanking him: “Thank you to J.R. Majewski, a great Air Force Veteran and Trump Supporter who did a beautiful job of turning his lawn into a giant Trump Sign. Thanks also to your fantastic Ohio neighbors. We are making record progress on JOBS, etc. Big Silent Majority!!!” 

Watch The Drone Footage Of The Painted Trump Sign Below