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NYC police seeking man in ‘MAGA’ hat who assaulted Hispanic subway passenger before shoving him onto tracks

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New York City Police are seeking a black man seen wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat who allegedly assaulted a subway passenger and then shoved him onto the tracks, reports ABC7 New York.

According to the report, the suspect got in a verbal dispute with another man — described as Hispanic — while onboard a northbound train, with police saying the man “reportedly made multiple derogatory statements about the victim’s ethnicity.”

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The suspect reportedly followed the victim when he got off the train and then punched him in the head before pushing the victim onto the tracks track and fleeing.

The victims suffered a laceration to his head. He was taken to an area hospital after being rescued by friends.

Police described the suspect as a large black man with a heavy build, wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, a red shirt with “Make America Great Again” in white letters under blue overalls.

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Republican drops out of congressional race after he’s arrested for domestic violence

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Connecticut Republican candidate for the Second Congressional District, Thomas Gilmer, has officially dropped out of the race after he was arrested Monday, reported The Day.

Gilmer, who is now out on $5,000 bond, was charged with first-degree unlawful restraint and second-degree strangulation of his former girlfriend.

“Now I find myself in a position where I must put my family and our shared Republican values before my own interests," Gilmer wrote. “I cannot in good conscience move forward in this campaign while I am simultaneously forced to clear my name. And clear my name I will.”

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GOP senators are ‘getting the heat’ after McConnell punts on COVID relief package: report

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President Donald Trump circumvented Congress by signing executive orders that offered a limited extension of enhanced unemployment benefits -- but that may not be enough for some vulnerable incumbent Republicans who are in tough re-election battles.

NBC News reports that "Republican Senate incumbents are getting the heat" after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) decided to punt on negotiating with House Democrats over an economic relief package for Americans who have lost their jobs or are facing evictions during a pandemic that has killed more than 163,000 Americans.

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Legal experts walk through ‘the crazy’ of Ron Johnson’s fake ‘investigation’ of Joe Biden

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Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) has put aside the urgency of a global pandemic and urgency to help unemployed Americans and turned to focus instead on investigating a conspiracy he helped cook up over former Vice President Joe Biden and Ukraine. The so-called "investigation" came after President Donald Trump was impeached for trying to bribe Ukraine to come up with "dirt" on Biden.

Johnson and House colleague Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) were both caught receiving documents from a pro-Russia and Kremlin-linked Ukrainian official named Andrii Derkach.

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