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Ugly Hollywood brawl between ‘Batgirl’ and ‘Mr. Incredible’ caught on video

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The costumed performers who frequent Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles might face tighter rules after video of a fight between two of them surfaced online, KTLA-TV reported.

The footage, originally posted on the pop culture site FilmOn.com, shows a man dressed as the Disney character Mr. Incredible pushing a woman dressed as Batgirl up against a wall. Three other performers quickly try to break up the altercation.

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However, the footage also shows the man breaking away from two of the performers and advance toward the woman again. He appears to throw a punch and a kick before slamming her to the ground, at which point a bystander gets between him and the woman and backs him away.

A performer who witnessed the fight told KTLA that the fight started after the man accused “Batgirl” of standing “too close” to him. The costumed characters appear on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and often pose with tourists for tip money.

“The good ones, we’re stationary, we’ll stand against the curb, people come to us,” another performer told FilmOn.com. “But the bad ones they roam up and down, so they cross paths or they target the same people, and then they get into each other.”

No arrests were made in connection to the incident, but according to KTLA, city officials are working on new regulations to cover the performers’ presence.

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Watch KTLA’s report on the fight, as aired on Wednesday, below.


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Fox & Friends host right-winger pushing white nationalist views: ‘Common sense is now a hate crime’

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A British writer popular with white nationalists appeared Thursday morning on "Fox & Friends" to argue that "common sense" ideas about identity had been turned into a "hate crime."

Anti-immigrant activist Douglas Murray -- author of "Neoconservatism: Why We Need It" and "The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam" -- spoke to Fox News host Ainsley Earhardt about his viral essay, "Vacuous liberal wokeness is now beyond parody."

"You say that 'liberal wokeness' turned beliefs that once seemed like into hate crimes," Earhardt said. "What used to be considered common sense that's now a hate crime, in your opinion?"

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Whistleblower forced to come forward because intel officials consider Trump a ‘security risk’: CNN’s Avlon

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Addressing a bombshell report from the Washington Post that President Donald Trump made a "promise" to an unidentified world leader that "prompted an official in the U.S. intelligence community to file a formal whistleblower complaint with the inspector general for the intelligence community," CNN's John Avlon said it was a sign intel officials regard the president as a "security risk."

Speaking with hosts John Berman and Alisyn Camerota, Avlon noted that the whistleblower is a Trump appointee which makes formal complaint all that much more alarming.

"A Trump appointee thinks this is of such concern that Congress needs to know," Berman began. "The question is: what was the promise, to whom, and what does it say about the president's notion of intelligence?"

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‘Where’s Graham?’ MSNBC’s Morning Joe challenges ‘Moscow Mitch’ to confront whistleblower complaint against Trump

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MSNBC's Joe Scarborough challenged Senate Republicans to get to the bottom of a highly unusual whistleblower complaint against President Donald Trump now that new details have emerged.

Former U.S. officials told the Washington Post that the whistleblower filed a report with the intelligence community's inspector general over a "promise" Trump made in a July 31 phone call to a foreign leader, and "Morning Joe" panelists grappled with the handling of the complaint by acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire.

"It looks to me as if the Trump administration is deliberately seeking to undo the rules that have bounded U.S. intelligence activities, basically since the Watergate and the intelligence scandals in the '70s," said Post columnist David Ignatius. "It's a big deal."

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