New Jersey road project that enraged Trump supporters has been completed ahead of schedule
Trump supporters waiting for the arrival of President Donald J. Trump on Thursday 01/30/2020 at his Keep America Great Again rally in Des Moines, Iowa. (Shutterstock.com)

A cluster of sinkholes that closed a section of a Cape May county highway that some supporters of President Donald Trump might have used to travel to his January rally in Wildwoodhave been fixed two months ahead of schedule.The structure on Route 47 in Middle Township in Cape May county is not even big enough to be called a bridge. But its closure in January — just prior to President Donald Trump’s Jan. 28 rally in Wildwood — caused a tremor in the world of politics. County officials were trying repair a cluster of sinkholes, but conservative activists cried conspiracy and suggested it was bei...


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