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7/30/16, "As Trump lavishes Colorado with attention, he faces resistance in GOP enclave," Washington Post, Matea Gold, Jose A. DelReal
Above, 7/29/16, Trump rally in Denver: "Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a rally, at the Wings Over the Rockies Museum, in Denver, July 29, 2016. Donald Trump held two events in Colorado." Denver Post
Above, 7/29/16, Trump rally in Denver, "Nick Towe arrives to a Donald Trump rally at the Wings Over the Rockies Museum in Denver, to sell Donald Trump merchandise, July 29, 2016." Denver Post
Above, 7/29/16, "Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a rally, at the Wings Over the Rockies Museum, in Denver, July 29, 2016. Donald Trump held two events in Colorado." Denver Post
Afternoon rally in Colorado Springs, evening rally in Denver:
7/29/16, "Donald Trump stumps in Colorado, promises “No more Mr. Nice Guy”," Denver Post, Joey Bunch
"Thousands waited in vain in a line that snaked hundreds of yards around the 1,600-seat Gallogly Events Center. More watched in an overflow room, as well....
Mark Pforr flew in from Pittsburgh to see Trump in Colorado. To him, Trump is the “only incorruptible politician” and the “only person I know who does not rely on anyone’s influence.”
Pforr, 42, said he was hoping to hear about Trump’s tax plans at the event.
John Willis of Colorado Springs, who came with his wife and daughter, would like Trump to make policy changes on trade agreements and on immigration.
Asked whether Trump can be considered a true believer who could succeed in conservative Colorado Springs, Willis paused and then said, “I really don’t know.” But, he added, the country has bigger issues to care about such as immigration.
The crowd inside chanted “Lock her up!” at the first mention of Clinton, the morning after she accepted her party’s nomination at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia....
U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn of Colorado Springs reassured the members of the conservative crowd that they did not want Clinton appointing Supreme Court justices.
“We don’t want someone who will carry on with Barack Obama’s policy of throwing Israel under the bus every chance they get,” Lamborn said.
The crowd cheered for an end to political correctness and blamed President Obama for the state of race relations.
The Republican nominee will attend a 7 p.m. rally at the Wings Over the Rockies Museum in Denver.
Trump also is expected to attend a private fundraiser in Colorado Springs.
Trump’s two stops Friday represented the third and fourth Colorado events of his presidential run. Trump attended the CNBC presidential debate in Boulder last October. He spoke, along with supporter Sarah Palin, at the July 1 opening of the Western Conservative Summit in Denver.
U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn, spoke at Trump’s event in Colorado Springs, Glenn’s hometown."...
Above, 7/29/16, Trump rally in Colorado Springs, "Line is a couple hundred yards long for #trumpincos ... Just started to move thru metal detectors @csgazette," Matt Steiner
Above, 7/29/16, "Still very long line to get into
Above, 7/29/16, "Take a look at the crowd wrapping around the building now @UCCS! #TrumpInCOS @KKTV11News, "Katie Pelton ✔ @KatiePeltonKKTV