CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- It’s a lonely job being a Trump supporter in Chappaqua, but somebody’s got to do it, says John Nadler, a neighbor of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, according to a recent profile by The New York Times.
Hillary and former President Bill Clinton have lived in the tony hamlet since 1999.
Nadler, a reputed gadfly who has lived there for 30 years, says his support of Republican hopeful Donald Trump has earned him the fishy eyeball and a cold shoulder from many longtime friends and acquaintances, The New York Times reported.
According to a report by lohud.com, the 63-year-old Bronx native, used to be a pro-Democrat hippie who voted for Jimmy Carter in 1976.
Nadler makes his love of the billionaire businessman and Bedford resident known by driving around town with Trump bumper stickers on his car and Trump caps on his dashboard, the lohud.com report said.
He even has an anti-Hillary Facebook page, but, The New York Times article said, most of its members don’t live in the Clintons’ adopted hometown.
According to the lohud.com article, Democrats outnumber Republicans two to one in Chappaqua.
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