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Witnesses say white LA woman shouted ‘White power!’ before attacking Korean pedestrian

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A white woman assaulted an 83-year-old Korean woman in Los Angeles, which was reported on Facebook by the Koren publication Joongang Ilbo. The report said that the Korean woman was walking down the street when the white woman yelled “white power,” knocked her to the ground, and fled.

The woman hit her head when she fell. According to the report, another person who witnessed the attack chased the white woman down and she was later arrested. According to Sgt. Randy Espinoza, the Korean woman “suffered a one-inch cut to her left cheek as a result of the fall and had pain in her knee” and noted that witnesses said the suspect punched her, the LA Times reports.

The suspect gave her name as Patty Garcia when she was arrested but was later identified by her fingerprints as 27-year-old Alexis Duvall. The sergeant told the Times that the suspect appeared to be either intoxicated or suffering from mental illness. Duvall reportedly yelled “power is power” repetitively and also shouted the N-word.

She will not be charged with a hate crime but was booked on battery and is being held on a $50,000 bail.

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LISTEN: Here’s the creepy broadcast at Trump’s rally telling supporters the right way to deal with protesters

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On Tuesday, President Donald Trump officially kicked off his 2020 re-election campaign in Orlando, Florida.

Those who entered the venue were treated to a pleasant female voice booming out instructions to protestors — and a creepy warning.

"While we all have the rights to free speech, this is a private event paid for and hosted by Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., and you came to hear the president," said the voice. "To accommodate the right to free speech and peaceful assembly, while ensuring an orderly rally, we have provided a secure area outside the venue for all protesters, and we ask anyone wishing to demonstrate to please exit to that secure area."

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Ukrainian-Russian developer with Trump Tower Moscow ties suing after getting bilked for $200,000 at inauguration

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It is illegal for foreigners to donate to presidential inaugurations, but a new lawsuit sheds light on how wealthy foreigners attempted to buy access to the Trump administration.

"A Ukrainian-Russian developer who wanted access to President Trump’s inauguration filed a lawsuit on Tuesday saying he was bilked out of the $200,000 he paid for what he thought would be V.I.P. tickets to the event," The New York Times reported Tuesday.

"The developer, Pavel Fuks, who once discussed a Moscow real estate project with Mr. Trump, said in the lawsuit, filed in the United States District Court for the Central District of California, that he had paid the money to a firm at the direction of Yuri Vanetik, a prominent Republican fund-raiser and sometime lobbyist," the newspaper explained. "But, the lawsuit said, Mr. Vanetik failed to come through with the promised tickets, and Mr. Fuks ended up watching the inauguration from a Washington hotel bar."

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Indicted Republican gets his passport back — so he can leave the country prior to his bribery trial

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Despite being indicted and waiting to stand trial, a North Carolina judge returned the passport of a top Republican and is allowing him to leave the country.

Former North Carolina GOP Chair Robin Hayes spent a decade in Congress and was once the Republican nominee for governor.

In April, Hayes was indicted on bribery and wire fraud charges.

Despite the seriousness of the charges, a federal judge will temporarily return Hayes' passport for him to travel abroad in July, WSCO-TV correspondent Joe Bruno reported on Tuesday.

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