Campaign 2016 Trump Military Community

Military community split over Trump's feud with Khans

In this Aug. 3, 2016, photo, Jacob Jeske, 28, a commercial diver from Portsmouth, Va., stands outside the Navy Exchange near Naval Station Norfolk, Va. Donald Trump may be losing support from prominent Republicans in the wake of his recent spat with a goldstar family and military icons like John McCain. But many supporters in the home of America's largest Naval base, say they'll still vote for the Republican nominee because too much is at stake, whether it's military funding or picking the next Supreme Court justice. Jeske said Trump's campaign pledge to expand America's military will mean more work for him since he's often hired by private contractors to help maintain Navy ships. (AP Photo/Ben Finley)NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Robin Starck is a retired submarine commander who still lives in the shadow of America’s largest naval base, and he’s heard all the shouting about Donald Trump and his tangle with the parents of a U.S. Army officer killed in Iraq.

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