Cleveland, OH -- A Trump Unity Bridge tour is making its way around Cleveland.
A truck with a decorated trailer has been spotted in Northeast Ohio on I-90, Mayfield Road in Cleveland Heights and on Cedar and Warrensville roads, according to a Cleveland subreddit feed.
The Trump Unity Bridge was designed and created by Rob Cortis of Livonia, Mich. and his brother Mike created the Trump Mobile. The brothers said it took thousands of man hours to create it.
Signs that say "America First, Law and Order, Making American Great Again and Drain the Swamp" don the mobile bridge. External speakers play patriotic music, too.
"What started out as a wife who said, 'If you don't like [what's happening in our country] do something about it' turned into the Trump mobile being born right after Donald Trump announced his candidacy," Cortis wrote on his GoFundMe page.
The Trump Unity Bridge was created the night of the final presidential debate with "the purpose of uniting America together as one," wrote Cortis.
Since then, the truck has logged more than 15,000 miles touring the Midwest by stopping at political events, colleges in both Michigan and Ohio -- including The Ohio State University.
Trump's son, Eric, has even tweeted a picture of it.
The Presidential Trump Unity Bridge and Trump Mobile represents a grassroots movement and silent majority in the country, according to Cortis. He has a GoFundMe page set up to raise $50,000. Donations totaling $345 have been made.
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