Nick Allen, his mother Stephanie Allen, and Mathew Burgart show their support for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump rally outside the Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas Tuesday.
Nick Allen, his mother Stephanie Allen, and Mathew Burgart show their support for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump rally outside the Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas Tuesday. STEVE MARCUS AP
Nick Allen, his mother Stephanie Allen, and Mathew Burgart show their support for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump rally outside the Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas Tuesday. STEVE MARCUS AP

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