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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump takes to the stage as many supporters stand and welcome him Thursday at the Old National Events Plaza in Downtown Evansville.

Alyssa Smith
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump takes to the stage as many supporters stand and welcome him Thursday at the Old National Events Plaza in Downtown Evansville.

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