INDIANAPOLIS — People paraded around Interstate 465 in support of President Donald Trump Sunday and ended in downtown Indianapolis.
Once the supporters got to Monument Circle, they honked their horns and displayed their support for the president just days before the election.
Some people were also downtown showing their support for Democratic candidate former vice president Joe Biden and other causes.
"I just wanted to show my support for Donald Trump," Cora Tam said. "There is so much controversy between Democrats and Republicans. We are not racist. We are not part of that. We just support our president."
Tam said they didn't see any issues on the interstate, but some people weren't supportive of their parade.
"You had a few people who gave us the finger or who would yell at us," Tam said. "That's all I can do. They want to hate me because of who I support. I can't control that but I love them so it's ok."
Police eventually blocked part of the circle, stopping supporters from making rounds.