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  • Durham elector celebrates Trump inauguration

    Lee Green, a Donald Trump supporter from Durham and an elector to the Electoral College from North Carolina, attended inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017. She said she hopes even those who voted for Hillary Clinton will give Trump's presidency a chance. She's optimistic about the economy, national security and healthcare under Trump's leadership, Green said.

Lee Green, a Donald Trump supporter from Durham and an elector to the Electoral College from North Carolina, attended inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017. She said she hopes even those who voted for Hillary Clinton will give Trump's presidency a chance. She's optimistic about the economy, national security and healthcare under Trump's leadership, Green said. Anna Douglas / McClatchy
Lee Green, a Donald Trump supporter from Durham and an elector to the Electoral College from North Carolina, attended inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017. She said she hopes even those who voted for Hillary Clinton will give Trump's presidency a chance. She's optimistic about the economy, national security and healthcare under Trump's leadership, Green said. Anna Douglas / McClatchy
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North Carolinians at inauguration: Give Trump a chance

January 20, 2017 5:11 PM

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