The opening of Chicago’s Trump Tower in 2014, with T-R-U-M-P in 20-foot-tall letters looming over the Chicago River, stirred up discontent among pedestrians, office users and apartment dwellers. Chicagoans spoke out against the aesthetics of the sign, calling it an eyesore along the river, and when Donald Trump launched a presidential campaign in 2015, it served as a constant reminder of a man who quickly made himself unpopular in Chicago.

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