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A photographer shows Air Force One during US President Donald Trump's visit to Daytona 500 in February 2020.

A photo by Jonathan Ferrey published in Getty Images and a tweet by Steve Harman refutes the claim.

A photo by Jonathan Ferrey published in Getty Images and a tweet by Steve Harman refutes the claim.U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale posted a photograph on his Twitter handle which showed Air Force One behind the stands of the Daytona 500 as Trump visited the historic NASCAR racetrack.

According to the Getty Images website, photo of Air Force One was taken by photographer Jonathan Ferrey on 15 February 2004, after US President George W. Bush visited the racetrack, as Air Force One took off from the adjacent Daytona Beach International Airport in Daytona Beach, Florida.

America's White House Bureau Chief Steven L Herman tweeted that Air Force One photo was taken during the George W. Bush presidency, related to the NASCAR Nextel Cup Daytona 500 event which took place on 15 February 2004.

Also, Alamy stock photos website had shown the image of the same event with the information that President George W. Bush departs during the running of the 46th annual Daytona 500 at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Therefore we can say that the image posted is false as it is related to George Bush and not Donald Trump.

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