Trump will be in D.C., win or lose

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Donald Trump doesn’t have to be in the White House to have a home on Pennsylvania Avenue.

His Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., drew protests during its official ribbon-cutting ceremony in October. Some protesters rallied against controversial statements Trump has made, while others from labor unions urged a boycott of Trump properties. Supporters were not scared away: A handful showed up to back the Republican presidential candidate.

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