Trump supporters across New York send get-well wishes with rallies, parades

In a get-well effort of Trump-ian proportions, thousands of New Yorkers turned out Saturday to support the president as he battles COVID-19.

An estimated 2,500 Staten Islanders — many decked out in red, white, and blue — turned out for a rally at a Charleston shopping mall to bow their heads in prayer for President Trump and boost local Republicans.

“Today, thousands turned out to restore law and order, preserve the American Dream, stop socialism and to wish President Trump a speedy recovery,” GOP congressional candidate Nicole Malliotakis told The Post.

Meanwhile, more than 1,600 flag-bedecked vehicles converged on Albany from all parts of the state for a pro-Trump caravan that at one point stretched for four miles along the New York State Thruway.

“People have it written all over their cars — ‘Get Well, President Trump,’” said Tina Forte of the Bronx, a conservative influencer who spoke to caravan drivers when they came off the road in the state capital. “No one should be wishing him any bad thoughts. Have a little respect.”

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