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Virginia man seeks revenge on neo-Nazi robocaller by hiring clowns to play accordions in front of his home

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A man in Sandpoint, Idaho, has been linked to a series of racist robocalls targeting residents in Charlottesville, Virginia, and elsewhere.

The calls appear to have been prompted by the the deadly “Unite the Right” rally that took place in 2017.

Now, a Charlottesville man is seeking revenge, reports KHQ.

Justin Beights is trying to acquire a permit to stage a protest that involves clowns playing accordions outside of Scott Rhodes’ home.

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As payback for the racist robocalls, the musical number of choice will be Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe.”

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Trump blasted by former White House ethics chief for attacking his own FBI director

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Former director of government ethics, Walter Shaub

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump lashed out at FBI director Christopher Wray on Twitter for endorsing DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz's report debunking the Republican claim that the FBI "spied" on Trump's 2016 campaign. "The current director," tweeted Trump, will "never be able to fix" the "badly broken" FBI.

Trump's remark, and possible threat to Wray's job, drew outrage from former White House ethics official Walter Shaub:

The history books will note that he fired not only an FBI Director but also an Attorney General for allowing an investigation of his campaign. Now he's attacking another FBI Director for not being supporting of conspiracy theories about that investigation. https://t.co/6pqjShuP8k

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On Tuesday morning, CNN host Alisyn Camerota dropped the hammer on Fox News for spinning the Justice Department inspector general report that absolved the department of any conspiracy against Donald Trump, instead saying that it was an indictment of the department.

Joined by CNN contributor, ex-Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA) and CNN host Brian Stelter, Camerota shared Fox clips from Monday night featuring hosts Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham and marveled at the obvious lies.

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Did Trump just signal he may fire ‘current’ FBI director hours before meeting Russian foreign minister?

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President Donald Trump attacked his FBI director hours ahead of his White House meeting with Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov, and other social media users noticed a big coincidence.

The president turned on Christopher Wray in an early morning Twitter rant after the FBI director broke with Attorney General William Barr and agreed the Justice Department's inspector general had found no evidence of wrongdoing at the start of the Russia probe.

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