Sandy Coulter and her husband Madison Gross, 66, woke up ready to rally on Sunday. They prepared signs, wore their special white jockey hats and arrived at the Trump International Hotel before noon to see New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a Democrat, kick off her 2020 presidential campaign.
“We support anybody who f*cks Trump and nobody has done that harder than she has in the Senate,” said Coulter, who would not reveal her age.
“I come with my wife,” her husband said, smiling and shrugging his shoulders.
“NO! You like her a lot,” said Coulter to her husband. “He is the one who