Trump Visits Dundalk
By: Pamela Wood The Baltimore Sun -
Word traveled quickly Monday morning: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, in Baltimore for a campaign appearance, might make a stop in Dundalk that afternoon.
The Boulevard Diner, already a popular hangout, filled to capacity, volunteers passed out Trump stickers and signs — and the rumor became reality. The New York businessman strode into the diner about 1:40 p.m., to applause and cheers of "Trump! Trump! Trump!"
Theresa Fogler, standing on tiptoes and holding her phone up to catch a shot of Trump, could barely contain her excitement. The Middle River woman said she's been a fan of Trump for decades, after seeing him give an interview on "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
"I'm so excited," she said. "This is so cool. Absolutely amazing!"
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