Pittsburgh police: Argument about Donald Trump prompts man to bite ear off another man
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A Pittsburgh man's ear was reportedly bitten off during an argument about President Donald Trump.

The incident occurred around 6:45 a.m. on Monday in the East Liberty neighborhood. Pittsburgh police said that the 30-year-old victim was attacked in his apartment.

Police responded after the victim fled to a gas station for help, the Associated Press reported.

Police spokesperson Emily Schaffer could not provide details about the argument, and it was not immediately clear whether the suspect was Trump supporter. Schaffer declined to name the suspect while a search for him was underway.

The victim's ear was recovered by police and he was taken to UPMC Presbyterian hospital.