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NEW MoveOn Billboard Awaits Trump Upon Return to Mar-a-Lago After Arraignment

West Palm Beach, FL – MoveOn Political Action launched a new billboard with the message “Trump Is Not Above the Law,” this afternoon to greet former President Trump and his acolytes after returning home from his arraignment. The billboard, located 1.9 miles away from Mar-a-Lago, directly on the route Trump will take home from the Palm Beach International Airport, is in plain view of aerial crews covering Trump’s return. The billboard will be up for the next month. 

A large MoveOn billboard reads: "Trump is not above the law" against a blue sky with clouds and over the highway approaching Mar-a-Lago, Florida where many cars are seen lined up.

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – APRIL 03: On the heels of Donald Trump’s indictment by a New York Grand Jury on criminal charges, MoveOn erected a pair of billboards on the highway approaches to Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s Florida residence on April 03, 2023 in Palm Beach, Florida. One billboard reads “Trump Is Not Above the Law.” Another quotes Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s private text message about Trump, made public in court filings, which quotes Carlson: “I hate [Trump] passionately.” The billboards were funded by donations from MoveOn members. (Photo by Jason Koerner/Getty Images for MoveOn Political Action)

“This billboard is a daily reminder to Trump and his allies that nobody is above the law, not even Donald Trump,” said MoveOn Executive Director Rahna Epting. “Last week’s indictment marks a turning point in the work to hold Trump accountable for flouting the law over and over again for his personal benefit. As 330,000+ MoveOn members have demanded in recent days, Trump must be prosecuted and held accountable for all the crimes he’s committed.”

CLICK HERE to view more photos of the billboard, which will be up for the next month in West Palm Beach.