Latest update said US$73K and rising. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5077799/More-57K-raised-women-gave-Trump-finger.html Supporters raise more than $57,000 for woman cyclist fired for giving Donald Trump the finger as his motorcade drove past Juli Briskman, 50, was fired from her job at the marketing firm Akima after it was reveled she was the cyclist who flipped off President Trump's motorcade Supporters have raised more than $57,000 for the single mother-of-two on Go Fund Me Briskman told Megyn Kelly last week that she doesn't regret her silent act of protest She said it was the 'only way I had to give him the message that I wanted to give him' By Ashley Collman For Dailymail.com and Chris Spargo For Dailymail.com Published: 15:23 GMT, 13 November 2017 | Updated: 15:46 GMT, 13 November 2017 e-mail 13k shares 200 View comments Supporters of a woman who was forced to resign after flipping off President Trump's motorcade have raised more than $57,000 for her. Juli Briskman was riding her bike near her home in Sterling, Virginia late last month when the President's motorcade passed. The 50-year-old mother-of-two told Megyn Kelly in an interview last week about how all her frustrations with the current administration boiled over when she saw the president passing on the way to play golf. Giving him the middle finger was the 'only way I had to give him the message that I wanted to give him'. Scroll down for video Supporters of Juli Briskman, the woman who flipped off President Trump's motorcade, have raised more than $57,000 for her, after she was fired for the silent act of protest A Go Fund Me for Briskman had raised $57,630 as of Monday morning, and it was growing Briskman appeared on Megyn Kelly last week to speak about the experience A photographer in the president's press pool captured the moment and the picture quickly went viral. But for Briskman, the lighthearted form of protest ended with her losing her job at Akima, a government-contracted marketing firm, two days later. The single mother, who has two teenage children at home, claims that she was pulled aside at work and told she violated her company's social media policy by posting the image on her Facebook and Twitter. She was then sent packing.