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Donald Trump supporters in Washington state aren't backing down as vandals continue to destroy Trump campaign signs.

Mark Nelson, a Trump supporter in Whatcom County, said that several signs have been damaged, including one that was doused with gasoline and set on fire Friday night.

Nelson said the signs were on private property, so he filed a report with the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office.

Clay Owen, a Whatcom County resident who builds frames for Trump signs, had a different response to the vandalism.

"To vandalize a sign is to disrespect the person who put it up, not the person running for office," Owen said.

He revealed that he will replace each sign that was vandalized.

Owen said he plans to deter vandals by making the signs "10 feet taller," a nod to Trump's promise to former Mexican President Vicente Fox about raising the height of his proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

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