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Auction of Trump's boyhood home postponed

Will Donald Trump's first boyhood home in New York City be worth more, or less, after the election?

The people trying to sell the charming, Tudor-style home in a leafy section of Queens cancelled their plan Wednesday to auction it off on the same night Trump was to face Hillary Clinton in a presidential debate.

Paramount Realty USA, which had arranged the auction at a Manhattan hotel, said it may try again after the election.

"Because the auction was getting so much press coverage a lot of bidders were contacting the firm to ask for more time to look at the property," said Stina Dakers, a spokeswoman for Paramount, which coordinated the auction along with...