Leslie Rossi sits outside of her "Trump House" in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. She said thousands of people check out the house every week.
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Leslie Rossi sits outside of her "Trump House" in Youngstown, Pa. She says thousands of people check out the house every week.Leslie Rossi
Leslie Rossi sits outside of her "Trump House" in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. She said thousands of people check out the house every week.
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New York artist Scott LoBaido works on a 'Patriotic Lawn T' in support of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in the area of Castleton Corners on Staten Island, New York on Aug. 9, 2016.
A display features a "border wall" and figures in the likeness of Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders on the property of Matt Warshauer in West Hartford, Conn. on Oct. 4, 2016.
A Halloween display featuring a border wall and figures of Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is seen on the property of Matt Warshauer in West Hartford
A poster depicting U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton behind bars hangs in the yard of George Davey in West Des Moines, Iowa
A giant poster of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is displayed by a supporter on Jan. 28, 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa.
Dominick Vaglica, age 7, looks at a home displaying signs supporting Donald Trump and criticizing Hillary Clinton in Bellmore, NY, on Oct. 29, 2016.
Leslie Rossi sits outside of her "Trump House" in Youngstown, Pa. She says thousands of people check out the house every week.
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See the Donald Trump Fans Who Went All Out

Oct 19, 2016

Some supporters of Donald Trump have gone all-out this election cycle with home decorations in support of their candidate.

The Republican presidential nominee's face is emblazoned on everything from a mock border wall to a giant Trump cut out. There's even a home featuring a large portrait of Hillary Clinton, with bars drawn over the image to suggest prison.

Leslie Rossi wrapped her home in red, white and blue to show her support with a "Trump House" in Pennsylvania.

New York artist Scott LoBaido recreated a giant "T" in the yard of a Trump supporter after a 12-foot-tall version was set on fire by an arsonist.

Trump, a billionaire real estate developer from New York, strong-armed his way to the general election by electrifying many blue collar workers across the country, often with xenophobic comments on immigration and national security.

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