Donald Trump Receives Flyover Valentine's Message From Texas Admirer

A woman from Texas spent more than $1,000 to deliver a Valentine's Day message to Donald Trump on Sunday.

"We love you Prez Trump. Happy Valentine's Day. MP?" read a banner flown by a plane over Mar-a-Lago, Trump's residence and members-only holiday resort in Florida.

The author of the message was a long-time Trump supporter from San Antonio named only as Marie by CBS12 News. She told the station that she wanted to remind Trump that he is loved.

The former Republican president has had a testy week. The Senate voted to acquit Trump in his second impeachment trial, where he was accused of inciting rioters who stormed the Capitol building in Washington D.C, on January 6.

However, a majority of Senators had voted to convict—though fewer than the supermajority of 67 required—including seven Republicans.

It is unclear whether Trump saw the message, though he spent part of the day golfing. But his eldest son did and shared a video of the message on social media.

"This is pretty awesome; we've got a plane flying a Valentine's Day card for my father above Mar-a-Lago. Thought you guys would appreciate this because it's funny as heck," said his son Donald Trump Jr. on his official Facebook page.

"How awesome is that, it's so cool. Thanks to whoever did that."

Trump fans flew by Mar-a-Lago with a message for my father.Wow, guys this was so cool!

Trump's wife Melania marked Valentine's Day with a tweet remembering how she spent the day in previous years. The former first lady tweeted three photos of herself visiting kids at The Children's Inn at the National Institute of Health.

"On this #ValentinesDay, I think of the brave & inspirational children at @TheChildrensInn @NIH where I visited the past few years," she wrote. "Sending them love & strength, today & everyday. #HappyValentinesDay."

On this #ValentinesDay, I think of the brave & inspirational children at @TheChildrensInn @NIH where I visited the past few years. Sending them love & strength, today & everyday. #HappyValentinesDay


Meanwhile, former president Barack Obama shared a Valentine's Day message to his wife Michelle and daughters Malia and Sasha.

"Happy Valentine's Day to the three who never fail to make me smile,' Obama wrote alongside an undated picture of the family. "Your dazzling light makes everything brighter."

Michelle Obama responded a few minutes later, posting a photo of her and Barack surrounded by lights. "Happy Valentine's Day, @barackobama!" she wrote. "Life is always brighter when I'm by your side."

The previous day, First Lady Jill Biden tweeted that she had gone to a macaroon shop to pick up some Valentine's Day treats for her husband President Joe Biden.

The first couple on Friday morning showed off the giant heart-shaped lawn decorations outside the White House. Major and Champ, their German shepherds, joined for the walk around 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

The hearts had messages such as "healing," "compassion," gratitude" and "unity" on them.

Donald Trump returns from the golf course
President Donald Trump returns to the White House from playing golf in Washington, DC on November 7, 2020, after Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election. A woman from Texas spent more than $1,000 to deliver a Valentine’s message to Donald Trump. ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/Getty