PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — President Trump’s oldest son, Donald Trump Jr., was in town Friday night for a book signing after his book Triggered hit bookshelves November 5.
“We care about our country and we care deeply or we wouldn’t be here,” said Medora Reading.
Reading drove from Palm City for the event. Supporters in the front of the line said they showed up to the Barnes and Noble at noon. Many were wearing Red, White, and Blue and holding Trump memorabilia.
“To know our President is going to be a resident of Palm Beach County how fortunate we are happy to be part of it,” said Mark Lang.
Although the wait to meet Trump Jr. was more than 6 hours for some, those who attended say they would do it again.
“It was pretty quick, spent a little time with him. Hello, goodbye, signed the book and said thanks for writing it,” said Christian Kribbs.
Barnes and Noble says it sold 536 copies of Triggered on Friday night.
On Amazon.com, the book claims to expose "all the tricks that the left uses to smear conservatives and push them out of the public square, from online 'shadow banning' to rampant ‘political correctness.'"