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    Photos show wild signs brought to Trump rallies by supporters

    Abstract:President Donald Trump is running for a second term, which means more political rallies. Here are some wild placards his supporters have held proudly.

      President Donald Trump is running for a second term, which means more political rallies.His supporters don't turn up empty-handed. They're bringing some pretty unique signs.The signs cover many of Trump's favorite topics — the US Mexico border, “draining the swamp,” his “genius,” the flaws of socialism and communism, “fake news,” and people's love and adoration for him.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.There are political signs, and then there are President Donald Trump's supporter's signs.Trump is campaigning for a second term, which means more rallies. Political rallies need signs and placards. Luckily, he's got a large, vocal pool of supporters, and many of them come to support him bearing some pretty wild examples.Topics on the signs include the wall between the US and Mexico, the “political swamp” in Washington, Trump's intellect, the perils of socialism and communism, the necessity of guns, the “fake news” media, and a whole lot of love for the current president.Here are some of the wilder signs photographers have captured.

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