A man was arrested Sunday in Iowa City, Iowa, after allegedly telling police that he attacked an African-American man because he was “allergic to black people.”
The victim told told police that the suspect, 47-year old Andy Benavidez, used racial slurs and attacked him. Police also say that Benavidez was wearing a surgical mask during the incident, and told them that he didn’t want to catch a black person’s germs.
Here is the report from the CBS affiliate in Cedar Rapids.
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Harlow then asked him what he made about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D-CA) comment that "all roads" in the Ukraine scandal lead back to Russian President Vladimir Putin.