See the Donald Trump Fans Who Went All Out
One year ago - By Time
Some supporters of Donald Trump have gone all-out this election cycle with home decorations in support of their candidate.
The Republican presidential nominee's face is emblazoned on everything from a mock border wall to a giant Trump cut out. There's even a home featuring a large portrait of Hillary Clinton, with bars drawn over the image to suggest prison.
Leslie Rossi wrapped her home in red, white and blue to show her support with a “Trump House” in Pennsylvania.
New York artist Scott LoBaido recreated a giant “T” in the yard of a Trump supporter after a 12-foot-tall version was set on...
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