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    LIVE: Chattanooga,TN MAGA Rally - President Trump, V.P. Mike Pence, Marsha Blackburn

    (I searched for a thread on the rally. Excuse me if overlooked.)

    President Trump holds a rally in Chattanooga, TN.




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    President Trump arrives at the airport in Chattanooga, TN at 6:22 pm EST. He greets the awaiting crowd with waves and is accompanied by Vice President Mike Pence and Congressman Marsha Blackburn.

    Greeters shout, " Build That Wall."

    The rally is scheduled for 7pm EST at McKenzie Area. It is filled to capacity with many being turned away.

    Lee Greenwood will be in attendance at this rally and one tomorrow.


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    President Trump's Chattanooga rally: President is on his way to arena


    November 4, 2018

    Natalie Allison and Matt Lakin








    President Trump, Phil Bredesen and Marsha Blackburn in Chattanooga







    CHATTANOOGA - President Donald Trump landed at Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, just before 6:30 p.m., and has just departed for McKenzie Arena.



    Vice President Mike Pence arrived a short time ago.



    The arena, where Trump's 7 p.m. rally will be held, has filled to its capacity of 12,000 and many people still lined up outside are receiving word they won't get in and are starting to leave.



    The line of thousands more, many waiting all day and some since last night, snakes around the block and down the street from the arena.



    Crowds line opposite sides of the street, one group waving Trump signs and the other waving protest banners. Competing chants of "No hate, no fear," and "Build the wall" are ringing out.



    Trump rally: For supporters, anticipation strong ahead of President Donald Trump's Chattanooga rally



    Bredesen event: Bredesen laments political 'bloodsport' in last appeal to voters in Tennessee's Senate race
    Blackburn one of 300 guests at airport


    Republican U.S. Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn is one of 300 guests invited to attend the arrival of the president at the Wilson Air Center at Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport.


    She arrived by 5 p.m. Sunday. The rally is slated to begin at 7 p.m. at the arena on the campus of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.


    Trump, holding a "Make America Great Again" rally, said earlier on Sunday that Republican voters are enthusiastic about how well the economy is doing, want border security and “don’t want to pay for other people’s health care," he said.
    Trump emerged from the White House at 1:40 p.m., and chatted with the press before boarding Marine 1, for a 4 p.m. Macon, Georgia event.


    He touted the chances of candidates he will see in Georgia and Tennessee, such as Tennessee's Republican Senate candidate Marcia Blackburn and Brian Kemp, Republican candidate for Georgia governor. He predicted Republicans will do well in next week's elections, particularly in the Senate.


    He is expected to arrive in Chattanooga by approximately 6:20 p.m. for the evening rally showing his support for Blackburn. Doors to the arena opened at 2 p.m.


    Blackburn is running against Democrat Phil Bredesen. Former Gov. Bredesen had his own event at 1 p.m. in Chattanooga.


    What is Trump saying on Sunday?


    The president accused Democrats of wanting “open borders” with tens of thousands of people pouring into our country.


    He said Republicans in Congress are working on a middle class tax cut bill that will be introduced when Congress returns after the election.


    “The level of fervor, the level of fever is very strong on the Republican side. I can’t speak to the blues, but I can speak to the reds,” said Trump.



    Trump said he can’t campaign for all GOP House members because there are so many, but believes he’s made a “big difference” in as many as seven Senate campaigns. He predicted Republicans would do well in the House and “really well” in the Senate.



    President Donald J. Trump's "Make America Great Again" Rally for Marsha Blackburn Monday, Oct. 1, 2018 in Johnson City. (Photo: Michael Patrick/News Sentinel)




    “These rallies are the best thing we’ve done,” he said.



    When asked about Iran sanctions, Trump described them as “the strongest sanctions we’ve ever imposed.” He said that when he took office, it looked like Iran would take over the Middle East. Now, nobody is talking about that.
    “We’ll see what happens with Iran, but they’re not doing very well,” he said
    When asked if he believes there was voter suppression in Georgia, Trump said, “No,” and talked about Brian Kemp’s “extraordinary” gubernatorial campaign, and how a lot of Republicans are voting because they want to see Georgia go forward, not backwards.



    He said Kemp is “running a great campaign and I think he’ll be a fantastic governor of Georgia.”



    “He studied for this job for a long time,” said Trump “He will be a great executive.”



    He also said Marsha Blackburn is doing “tremendously well.”


    Thousands began lining up early


    Thousands of supporters lined up early outside McKenzie Arena for the president's Make America Great again rally. Roads immediately surrounding the arena downtown were blocked off by police.


    The line began forming at 2 a.m., but 68-year-old Karen Schooley, her two siblings and cousin parked on the street by the facility at 11 a.m. Saturday.



    Trump supporters stand in line before a Donald Trump rally in support of U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn for the U.S. Senate at McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018. (Photo: Caitie McMekin/News Sentinel)





    Schooley said when the group went to Trump's rally in Johnson City, they were around 30th in line. They were determined to be first this time - and they succeeded.


    About 300 outside protesting


    Kelly Gregory drove 200 miles to protest outside Sunday’s rally.


    “I want to be the last person in Tennessee to die because I couldn’t get health care,” she said.


    Gregory said she lost access to health care prior to passage of the Affordable Care Act due to a pre-existing condition and learned to late she had advanced breast cancer. She believes Blackburn would join a Republican Congress in voting to repeal the ACA’s remaining provisions.


    “I think she’ll do what she’s always promised to do,” Gregory said. “She’s voted against the ACA every chance she’s had. People need to know this can happen to anyone at any time. I’m a dire warning.”



    Joseph and Leah Fain brought the family to demonstrate against Trump’s rally Sunday.



    Their daughters - Elwen, 7, and Lulu, 6 - each made signs for the occasion. Elwen’s read: “Make America Love Again.”



    Leah Fain and her husband, Joseph, protest with their two daughters ahead of President Donald J. Trump's "Make America Great Again" rally at McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Sunday, November 4, 2018. (Photo: Calvin Mattheis/News Sentinel)




    “We’re out here for common decency, human rights and democracy,” their father said. “I would be willing to debate about policy. I don’t mind that. But he’s calling into question basic human rights, like abolishing the 14th Amendment by executive order, when he’s supposed to be representing all of us.”



    The parents said they hesitated at first but decided the protest would be a learning moment - for children and adults alike.





    University of Tennessee Chattanooga students march towards a protest before a Donald Trump rally in support of U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn for the U.S. Senate at McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018. (Photo: Saul Young/News Sentinel NFS)




    “We wanted to show them how to stand up for peace instead of just getting angry,” their mother said. “We felt like we had to do this.”



    Others in the crowd chanted and shouted. The family held their signs high.
    “We all have to live together,” the father said. “We each need to come out here and see the people on the other side are people we know and share a community with. We get along in everyday life. Why do our politics have to be divided?”



    Protesters signs' sit on the ground before a Donald Trump rally in support of U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn for the U.S. Senate at McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018. (Photo: Caitie McMekin/News Sentinel)




    Other signs in the crowd ranged from the by-now customary - “Love trumps hate,” Abolish ICE,” and “Make America kind again” - to the last-minute originals.



    “While you’re inside, we’re taking your guns,” read a hastily scrawled message on a chunk of cardboard in Jake Balser’s hand.



    “I forgot to make a sign,” he said with a shrug.



    Temus Terry won’t be shouting, but he wanted to speak his mind.



    That’s what the father of two says brought him to protest outside Trump’s rally in support of Blackburn.



    Temus Terry protests ahead of President Donald J. Trump's "Make America Great Again" Rally at McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Sunday, November 4, 2018. (Photo: Calvin Mattheis/News Sentinel)




    Terry brought along a sign covered with photos of his sons, Tristan, 7, and Aiden, 2.



    “I’m not out here for the rhetoric,” Terry said. “I don’t know anybody else here. I’m out here because I don’t agree with the way this guy is dividing our country, and I want a nation where my two boys can grow up with equality for all.”



    Terry graduated from UTC in 2003 and said he couldn’t believe the news his alma mater would be the site of Sunday’s rally. He said he’s watched in anger and disappointment as Trump condemned NFL players for kneeling during the national anthem to protest inequality and at Blackburn’s recent ads portraying the migrant caravan approaching the U.S.-Mexico border as a threat.
    “Everybody who voted for Trump might not be racist,” Terry said. “But you can't ignore the hate and division he’s creating.”



    Lauryn Bond, 19, a sophomore at UTC, voted for the first time in August's primary.



    This fall, she voted by absentee ballot in her home county, Haywood, for Bredesen.


    "Being an African American and being able to vote, that was really my motivation."



    "Everything she says just kind of backs up Trump," Bond said of Blackburn.



    Far more Trump supporters


    "He's keeping his promises," said David Pitre, 75, of Brandon, Mississippi. "He's making the Democrats mad."


    Schooley, of Murphy, North Carolina, her brother Pitre and two other family members quickly met up at the front of the line with Kristina Pittman 42, and her husband Rodney, 48, of Dalton, Georgia.


    It's the couple's first Trump rally.


    Rodney Pittman said he was never interested in politics until Trump took office.


    Trump 'loves this country'


    "He makes me feel like he loves this country more than we do," Rodney Pittman said. "I can't quit watching Fox."


    The line snaking between barriers set up in the parking lot is a sea of red MAGA hats.


    For sale on the streets all around the arena is Trump merchandise, including T-shirts like "Border Wall Construction Co." and "Adorable Deplorable."





    Trump supporters at the front of the line wait before a Donald Trump rally in support of U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn for the U.S. Senate at McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018. (Photo: Saul Young/News Sentinel NFS)




    Some Trump supporters broke out in a short-lived "build that wall" chant while in line.





    'Trump can't be bought out'

    Randy Evans, 41, of Cleveland, Tennessee, brought his three boys ages 8, 9 and 12. He said Trump "isn't a politician."



    "He can't be bought out."





    Randy Evans, from Cleveland, Tenn., and his three children await entry into McKenzie Arena for a rally headlined by President Donald Trump in support of Rep. Marsha Blackburn's candidacy for U.S. Senate, on Nov. 4, 2018 in Chattanooga. (Photo: Natalie Allison)




    But Evans still hasn't decided whether he's voting Blackburn or Bredesen in the Senate race.



    While he didn't vote for Bredesen for governor, Evans said he's looking for "honesty and truth" and someone to "make things right on the Hill."



    Michael Symonette, 59, of Miami, ran around the crowd stirring up cheers as he held a sign reading "Blacks for Trump."



    Symonette said he was at Trump's rally Saturday in Pensacola. He is a regular attendee at the president's rallies.




    Michael Symonette, of Miami walks around greeting other Trump supporters before a Donald Trump rally in support of U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn for the U.S. Senate at McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018. (Photo: Saul Young/News Sentinel NFS)




    Zech Austin, of Nashville holds up Trump paraphernalia before a Donald Trump rally in support of U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn for the U.S. Senate at McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018.
    (Photo: Caitie McMekin/News Sentinel)




    Lee Greenwood to perform



    Trump announced Sunday that country music star Lee Greenwood will perform "God Bless the USA” at Sunday's Chattanooga event and at Trump's last midterm rally in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, on Monday.



    “Lee Greenwood’s ‘God Bless the USA’ has been a fixture of our iconic Trump rallies and is beloved by millions of patriotic Americans. President Trump will be pleased to have Lee perform in person to end his historic, national midterm campaign tour on a red, white, and blue high note,” said Michael Glassner, Chief Operating Officer of Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., in a news release.


    Conservative media icons Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity will make appearances at the final stop of Trump’s national midterm campaign tour on Monday evening in Cape Girardeau. Limbaugh is a native of Cape Girardeau. Hannity, a Fox News host and syndicated radio host, are longtime friends of Trump.



    Lee Greenwood (Photo: Courtesy Photo/Ruidoso Downs)



    Arrival at Chattanooga airport at 6:20


    The president is expected to arrive in Chattanooga Sunday at 6:20 p.m., for another stop in East Tennessee to show his support for Blackburn ahead of Election Day Tuesday.


    Tickets to Sunday's event were free, but attendees were asked to register for them online at donaldjtrump.com.


    The race between Blackburn and Democratic challenger Bredesen has received much attention across the Volunteer State throughout the midterm campaign season, as well as national attention, as they vie to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Bob Corker.


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    President Trump visits East Tennessee







    Republicans have a 51-49 lead in the Senate with the tie-breaking vote belonging to Vice President Mike Pence, who is expected to be at Sunday's rally. Predictions of the Senate flipping have cooled a bit, but the seat is still vitally important to Republicans.



    The Republicans' majority in the House may be in jeopardy too.
    Bredesen held an interfaith prayer lunch with faith and community leaders at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center from 1-2 p.m.





    U.S. Senate debate between Phil Bredesen and Marsha Blackburn in Knoxville





    McKenzie Arena, parking, closures



    Thousands of people waited hours in line in Johnson City and didn’t get in the door to the rally.


    Tickets to Sunday's Chattanooga event are free, but attendees were asked to register for them online at donaldjtrump.com.


    UTC prepared for President Donald Trump's visit on Sunday by meeting with the Secret Service, closing parking areas and increasing security on campus.
    Sunday's rally brought changes and closures to campus, including the closing of several parking lots and campus buildings. Parking lots began closing at noon on Thursday to prepare for the rally.


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    President Donald J. Trump gives a kiss to Marsha Blackburn after her speech at his Make America Great Again Rally Monday, October 1, 2018 in Johnson City. (Photo: Michael Patrick/News Sentinel)




    Tickets were available for free on a first-come, first-served basis on Trump's website. George Heddleston, vice chancellor of communications and marketing at UTC, said "parking will be 'find what you can.'"


    "Normal campus parking will not be available," Heddleston said, adding that most people who attend will have to park off-campus and walk uphill to McKenzie Arena.


    "The other thing we'd recommend ... is to bring a water bottle and wear comfortable shoes because the lines could be a couple of hours," Heddleston said. "We advise that if you really want to get in, get there before 4 p.m."
    Roads around campus were closed on Sunday.


    Heddleston said most of the main entrances to campus were closed, and people are encouraged to use access points along McCallie Avenue.


    Trump's third visit here for Blackburn

    The visit is Trump's third to the Volunteer State on behalf of Blackburn and his fifth to Tennessee since taking office in January 2017. Vice President Pence also campaigned for Blackburn in Knoxville in September.


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    Marsha Blackburn through the years







    Ahead of the Chattanooga rally, Trump will be in Macon, Georgia — about 200 miles from Chattanooga — for a 4 p.m. rally in favor of Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp, who is locked in a heated race with Democrat Stacey Abrams.



    University of Tennessee political science professor Anthony Nownes said Trump's last-ditch stop in Tennessee probably won't move the political needle much, but could make a difference in a close race.



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    Donald Trump supporters wait in line before a Donald Trump rally in support of U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn for the U.S. Senate at Freedom Hall Civic Center in Johnson City, Monday, Oct. 1, 2018. (Photo: Caitie McMekin/News Sentinel, )




    The president also is set to visit the Senate battleground states of Florida, Missouri, West Virginia, Montana and Indiana in the final week before Tuesday's election. Each are states that Trump carried in 2016 and where his approval rating remains strong.



    President Trump held a rally in Johnson City Monday night to help gather support for Marsha Blackburn. Angela Gosnell, Knoxville News Sentinel





    Chattanooga has hosted other presidents


    Chattanooga has hosted six presidential visits, including four of the last five
    President Barack Obama came in 2013 to tour an Amazon facility. Before him, George W. Bush came in 2007, George H. W. Bush in 1992, President Ronald Reagan in 1987 and President Lyndon B. Johnson visited in 1964. Way back in 1940, President Franklin D. Roosevelt made an address at the Chickamauga Dam Celebration.


    Vice President Joe Biden visited the city after four Marines were killed in the shooting of two military facilities in 2015.


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    (Few notes.)

    Vice President Trump enters to speak.

    Hello, Tennessee.

    Tennessee and America need Marsha Blackburn in the Senate.

    Leadership of President Trump for two years has been action.

    Rebuilding military.

    Veterans world class healthcare.

    Securing our borders. Shouts from the crowd.

    Caravan.

    Shouts of "Build that wall."

    Newest member of Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh.

    Energy, trade, cut taxes

    First two years, 4.5 million new jobs.

    Paychecks growing, unemployment at 50 year low.

    MORE Tennesseans working.

    Jobs and confidence back.

    America is back.

    We need Marsha Blacjburn.

    Woman of faith and conviction.

    Stands for the right to life.

    Stand with president to put America
    First.

    We need Tennessee.

    Electin day around the corner.

    Kept hearing about a blue wave.

    If we do all we can the blue wave will hit a red wall.

    With Marsha, Bill Lee in the statehouse, the president, and God's help we will make America Great Again.

    Introducing President Trump while Lee Greenwod sings in person, "I'm Proud to be an American."

    President Trump, Vice President Pence, Lee Greenwood standing on stage together.

    President Trump says, Where do you begin

    I didn't know Lee Greenwood would be here.

    We love that song.

    Thank you

    We are all indeed proud to be Americans.

    I love Tennessee.

    Hard working men and women here.

    Elect Marsha Blackburn.

    One of the most important elections of our time.

    This election to decide whether we will continue to build or take a wrecking ball.

    America has the hottest economy.

    Last month added another 250,000 jobs.

    4.3 million off of food stamps.

    More Americans working today.

    Unemployment for groups at lowest level.

    Confidence at all time high.

    Tac cuts for working families.

    Ten percent tax cut to follow for middle class.

    Democrats would be raising your taxes.

    Electricity in the air since '16 election.

    Don't hear as much about the blue wave.

    Breaking every record practiclally in our country.

    Rebuilding military. It was tired.

    The stronger we become the less likely to use it.

    America is respected again.

    America is winning again. Putting America First.

    Protecting rights and freedoms.

    Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

    Told him it would be piece of cake.

    One of his accusers said she lied.

    Fake story, false accusations.

    What happened if he didn't make it because of the lie.

    Now we have to find out about the others.

    Democrats produce mobs, republicans produce jobs.

    Crying Chuck, Maxine would be in charge of finances.

    Democrats want increased taxes, impose socialism.

    Democrats want caravan after caravan of illegal aliens.

    I don't care what they say, that is an invasion of our country.


    The worst immigration laws in the world.

    Catch and release. Other countries say, get out.

    We protect other borders now we are protecting ours.

    If you want more caravans and crime, vote democrat.

    Strong borders, vote republican.

    Tennessee introduction of politicians.

    Republican chair in TN, Steve Golden.

    Congressman Chuck Fleischman.

    Congressman Phil Roe.

    Congressman John Duncan.

    Congressman Scott DesJarlais.

    Others.

    Marsha Blackburn will be a tireless champion.

    Hand picked by Chuck Schumer, democrat candidate, Phil Bredesen.

    Vote for Marsha. Introducing Marsha.

    Thanking the crowd for sending President Trump and Vice President Trump to the White House.

    Out of Iran deal, embassy in Jerusalem.

    Tennesseans want someone who does what she says she will do in Washington.

    Phil Bredesen gave to Hillary Clinton, none of these things would be happening.

    If you want someone to support constitutional judges, build the wall, stand with me.

    Let's win this election on Tuesday.

    President Trump says if democrats gain Tuesday will attack Medicare.

    Great seniors paid for medicare.

    Democrats plan to destroy healthcare and give to illegal aliens.

    Want to sign them up for free healthcare, welfare, education, and right to vote.

    Heroin enters through southern border.

    Cocaine, Fentanyl, other drugs.

    They want to fire ICE.

    List some of the crimes of illegal aliens.

    MS 13. Nancy Pelosi got upset about the way I talked about them.

    Stand with border patrol, and law enforcement.

    Let foreign countries plunder our wealth.

    Those days are over.

    Added half a million manufacturing jobs.

    Among best jobs in the country.

    Obama said you would need a magic wand. I guess we found it.

    Plants coming back to United States.

    Action on China's abusive practices.

    Promises made, promises kept.

    Reduce price of prescription drugs.

    Rid of individual mandate.

    Affordable plans here in Tennessee and passed right to try.

    We have best doctors, research in the world.

    People have right to try.

    Opiod epidemic bill.

    Veterans choice.

    44 years trying to get.

    VA Accountability Act.

    Funding to fully fund military and pay raise.

    Sixth Branch, the Space Force.

    Ended Iran deal.

    Need Senator Marsha Blackburn.

    Democrats want to turn back clock.

    Stuck in the past, we are going into the future.

    Greatest political movement in our history.

    We will protect Medicare and socia security.

    Free speech, religious liberty.

    Fully secure border, pass Kate's law, end chain migration, keep out terrorists.

    Lift millions of citizens from welfare to work.

    You have president standing up for America.

    Standing up for our great national anthem.

    Get family, friends, co- workers to go out and vote.

    Need people to send message to crying Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelodi, Maxine Watters.

    State of Davy Crockett and Andrew Jackson.

    Love their families, their country, their God.

    Courageous Americans.

    We are going to win, win, win.

    We will never bend, break, never give in...

    Always fight on to victory.

    We are Americans.

    Our hearts bleed red, white, blue.

    ..One nation under God.

    We will make America wealthy, strong, safe, we will Make America Great Again.



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    LIVE: President Donald J. Trump Rally in Macon, GA 11-4-18

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    Unbelievable crowd in Macon, Georgia!

    THANK YOU GEORGIA!!!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!

    RED WAVE ROLLIN' FOR TRUMP!!!
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    There must be 30,000 or more people at this airport rally in Georgia!! Incredible!!
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    President Donald Trump Rally in Chattanooga, TN

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    Fresh from our camera, the full speech. Apologies for the issues with the live stream.

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    Look at that crowd in Chattanooga!! Oh my Lord, packed to the rafters and they say there's 15,000 outside!

    Wow.

    RED WAVE ROLLIN'!!!

    If these rallies and the HUUGE crowds don't show the energy and enthusiasm for this Mid-Term Election and our President, I don't know what would.

    GO TRUMP GO!! GO REPUBLICANS GO!! This is our moment, this is our time, this is the election that will determine whether we can finish the job of fixing our country or fail in defeat on Tuesday.

    VOTE! VOTE RED! VOTE STRAIGHT TICKET REPUBLICAN!!
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    Brandon of #Walkaway is part of the RSBN interview team prior to the Chattanooga, TN rally.



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