When Donald Comes to Lynden
       
     
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When Donald Comes to Lynden
       
     
When Donald Comes to Lynden

When the presumptive GOP presidential nominee comes to a town of 13,000 people, everyone is there to watch. So it went in sleepy Lynden, Washington on Saturday, May 7, 2016. After the campaign was turned away from every other western Washington location where they tried to hold the rally, the small farming town proved to be Trump's sole willing host. But its proximity to more liberal urban centers like Vancouver, Bellingham and Seattle ensured that Trump and his supporters weren't the only voices present.  

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