VIDEO Lightning Struck Trump Tower as Trump Won Illinois

VIDEO Lightning Struck Trump Tower as Trump Won Illinois

Lightning struck the Trump Tower in downtown Chicago on Tuesday night as polls closed for the Republican primary in Illinois, The Washington Post reported.
On Instagram, someone posted a video of lightning striking the Trump Tower. In the caption, the user wrote “lightning storm ironically hitting the Trump building on #supertuesday.”
In northern Illinois, a storm resulted in about six tornadoes, which damaged homes and a church. There were also reports of hail in the area.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump was the winner of several primaries on Tuesday night including the Illinois Republican primary.
Trump won in Illinois with 38.8 percent of the vote, according to the Associated Press, and will take 49 delegates from the state.
He also took home wins in Florida and North Carolina.

Lightning storm ironically hitting the #Trump building on #supertuesday @mb2davis @thepassportreport @insta_chicago


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