Holbrook woman says President Trump support signs were vandalized

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A Holbrook woman says her family is being targeted by vandals over their support for President Donald Trump.

The Armine family have hand-painted signs on their front lawn in support of the president. On Wednesday, their home security camera caught a man spray painting a vulgar phrase on one of their signs. A replacement sign was also vandalized.

"I think it's getting violent. I think people are getting crazy," says Patty Armine. "You like who you like. I like who I like. Who cares?  It's a free world. It's a free country."

The Armine family says they won't let vandals stop them from showing support for President Trump. 

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