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Chicago Music Store Owners Forced To Close After Being Outed As Trump Voters?

Worlds of Music Chicago is closing because the owners were run out of business because they support President Donald Trump, the couple maintains. Suzanne Monk and her husband, Alexander Duvel, said online “bullying” over their support of the United States President, has driven away customers and will force their doors closed for the final time next month. “For the last year I have not loved living in Chicago.
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