Debate at a Dundalk diner where Donald once dined


    A diner in Dundalk plans to make a new sandwich called, ‘Trump Towers’, which will be a hamburger and crab cake combined.

    DUNDALK, Md. (WBFF) -- A diner in Dundalk plans to make a new sandwich called, ‘Trump Towers’, which will be a hamburger and crab cake combined.

    One owner of the Boulevard Diner, Sam Tsakiris, said that is what Donald Trump ate during a quick stop in September.

    "I do feel like this is Trump turf," Tsakiris said. "I would like him to come back and sit at the same booth he sat before. We are going to dedicate that booth to Trump".

    The diner was busy with customers at noon on Wednesday.

    Many customers ordered things like soup as they spilled their opinions about the results of the Presidential election.

    Rose Keener, a feisty 84 year old, was quick to state that she voted for Trump.

    “I don’t think a woman should run the country," Keener said. "I’m not saying she wouldn't do good I'm just saying it takes a man to run the country.”

    David Cohen, a local businessman was enjoying a quick lunch by himself, but was not afraid to say he had voted for Hillary Clinton.

    "I have two young girls and I worry about them particularly with his comments towards women," Cohen said.

    Tsakiris said he hopes Trump comes back to the restaurant again, once he becomes President.

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