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The motorcade of U.S. President Donald Trump leaves Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, Nov. 25, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Thayer

A motorist tried to cut his van into President Donald Trump’s motorcade in Florida on Saturday afternoon and made obscene gestures when he was pulled over by the police.

White House pool report said, “A man in a red van attempted to cut into the motorcade. Local law enforcement pulled over the vehicle, where the driver made obscene gestures and screamed several expletives.”

The incident happened when Trump was returning to Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach after a round of golf at the Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach.

The New York Post reported after a six-hour visit, Trump had left the golf club at 1:52 p.m. It is approximately a 10-minute drive to Mar-a-Lago from the golf club.

With placards saying “Don the Con Man,” and “I support Pres. Trump bigly” a small group of protesters waited for Trump on the motorcade route.

There were no reports on the identity of the man who tried to cut Trump's motorcade or whether he faces any charges.

The president was spotted playing a round of golf with 18-time major champion Jack Nicklaus and Nicklaus's son Gerry, the Associated Press reported.

It was also noticed Saturday was the fourth day in a row that Trump visited one of his golf courses. The president played with Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson and Brad Faxon at his golf course, in nearby Jupiter, Friday, the Fox News reported.

Trump is spending his Thanksgiving holiday in Florida and is supposed to return to Washington on Sunday evening.

This is not the first time that Trump's motorcade has drawn obscene gestures from passers-by. Earlier this month, a Virginia woman flipped off the motorcade as it drove by her. A photograph showed Juli Briskman flipping off the president as she pedaled by on a bicycle. Briskman shared the photograph on social media too. Unfortunately, this incident cost the woman her marketing and communications job at Akima LLC, reported the International Business Times.

Briskman said, “They said, ‘We’re separating from you.’… Basically, you cannot have ‘lewd’ or ‘obscene’ things in your social media. So they were calling flipping him off ‘obscene.’”