It pays to flip off Trump's motorcade

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It pays to flip off Trump's motorcade

Supporters of Julie Briskman, who was sacked from her job after she was photographed raising the middle finger to Donald Trump's motorcade, have raised more than $61,000 in a crowdfunding effort.

Briskman has spoken out since the incident, saying on MSNBC last week that she didn't have any other way to express he disappointment in the Trump administration.

Juli Briskman was out cycling in Sterling, Virginia, when she made the gesture towards the USA president as his vehicle left Trump National Golf Course.

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A GoFundMe campaign to support Virginia resident Juli Briskman - who now famously flipped off the commander-in-chief's motorcade while biking - has raised more than $73,000 dollars as of Tuesday.

The 50-year-old mother of two had been working for government contractor Akima LLC, who didn't take kindly to the attention she had brought on herself and the company. Created by Rob Mello, the brief description refers to Briskman as "an inspiration to us all" and that all proceeds will go to her.

"Basically, you can not have "lewd" or "obscene" things in your social media".

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"I have connected with Juli and she has been officially setup as the beneficiary of this GoFundMe campaign. You can show your support by donating here". "So they were calling flipping him off 'obscene'".

When asked by the Washington Post whether she regrets her actions, she replied like the American hero she is: "I'd do it again". "As the campaign beneficiary, she will be able to post updates and comments, so stay tuned!"

Responding to the news of the collection, Briskman said she never imagined a "one-finger salute" would result in her contract being terminated.

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