Away From Capital’s Tension, Savoring the Terroir of Trump

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — At the White House, protesters scream at the gates. At the Trump International Hotel in Washington, they project anti-Trump messages on the outside walls. In Virginia, they paddle up to the Trump golf course in kayaks, waving signs: “Resist!”

But in this pastoral part of the state, things are relatively peaceful, unless people spouting Nazi chants are in town. Along the winding roads that cut through green hills laced with rows of grapevines, a sign emblazoned with a golden T marks the entrance to the 1,300-acre Trump Winery.

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