Trump Got Mocked With Banner Being Towed By Plane

While it didn't mention the former U.S. President by name, there's little doubt who a banner flown over Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home on Thursday was meant to mock.

The banner, which was being towed across the sky by a small plane, read, "Ha ha ha ha ha ha." The high-flying message came just days after Trump's Florida home was raided by FBI agents in an election fraud investigation.

It turns out the banner was paid for by Democratic activist Thomas Kennedy, who wanted the message to be visible to Trump and the dozens of supporters that have camped out outside the estate since the FBI raid. "It brought me a lot of joy to do so," Kennedy says. "I would do it again."

What good does flying a banner like this do for anyone?

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