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they roared through the U. S. capitol one last time as they've done every Memorial Day weekend for three decades but while organizers claim twenty nineteen will mark the final right for the veterans advocacy group known as rolling thunder president Donald Trump on Sunday back out to keep it going tweeting the great patriots of rolling thunder we'll be coming back to Washington DC next year and hopefully for many years to come but last year the group said it could not continue as usual citing a lack of cooperation by law enforcement and the rising costs of permits a decision lamented by Sunday spectators I guess so but it they're doing away with it %HESITATION good time get a lot of problem people here okay leave that there actually stopping , rolling thunder president Joe being told CNN on Sunday that there were no plans to roll back the decision but added quote until we can get into the White House and talk to president trump and see what he can do for us this is our final right in Washington , the group was formed in nineteen eighty seven by Vietnam veteran Artie Muller its name derives from in nineteen sixty five bombing campaign against North Vietnam dubbed operation rolling thunder and Muller insist the event is not going away entirely just moving beyond Washington we're just write it out and we help you get stronger coaster called north south Midwest , so for now it appears to be rolling thunders final spin around town from the Pentagon around the national mall the Vietnam veterans memorial