An image posted by David Weigel, a reporter for the Washington Post, on twitter shows the trailer being taken away near the Orange County Convention Center
The shrine to Trump, which features a Statue of Liberty, lights, loud speakers and giant T-R-U-M-P letters, has become synonymous with conservative political events.
Fox News could not immediately reach the owner to the pro-Trump mobile, Rob Cortis, though it isn’t the first time he has had his float taken away.
The trailer was stolen and crashed during a tour in Oklahoma last August, prompting Cortis to set up a Go-Fund-Me account to help with the repairs he then needed.
The mobile attraction was driven for a few miles before it was taken over an embankment, leaving the truck and attached trailer in a jackknife position, reported The Detroit News.