Loud voices, louder messages heard at Trump’s last rally

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GRAND RAPIDS — The 11th hour of the presidential campaign included a visit by Republican candidate Donald Trump to the downtown convention center — just after the clock struck midnight.

The supporters on the street were chanting for hours up until his visit, some even waited three hours and stood in a line two miles long.

Trump said in his speech to supporters at the Devos Center that he’ll win Michigan — but protestors outside told a different story. They said a Trump presidency would be harmful to the people who have been targeted by Trump’s derogatory remarks throughout the election.

If Trump was to win the Mitten State in today’s election, he’d be the first Republican to do so since 1988 when George H. Bush was elected president.

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