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Gun-toting Florida racist threatens to kill landscapers because of grass clippings: police

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A Florida man has been arrested for threatening to kill employees of a lawn care company because he was upset with grass clippings on his walkway, according to local media reports.

Anthony Sabella, 48, was arrested on charges of aggravated assault and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

The lawn care company provides services to Sabella’s next door neighbor, according to the sheriff’s office. He called the company to complain that employees had gotten grass on his walkway.

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When the employees returned to clean up the grass clippings, Sabella allegedly confronted them and threatened to kill them.

The employees left in their vehicle, but were followed by Sabella. He pulled up next to them at a stop sign, raised a black handgun and pointed it at each of them while yelling racial slurs, the sheriff’s office said.


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Trump claims America is ‘so respected’ — days after being laughed out of NATO Summit in London

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President Donald Trump was humiliated at last week's NATO Summit in London after being laughed at by world leaders.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron were all captured on tape ridiculing Trump.

Trump stormed out of the NATO Summit early after the embarrassment, which was featured on "Saturday Night Live."

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Federal judge in Texas blocks Trump’s move to construct a border wall with military funds

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On Tuesday, a federal judge in El Paso, Texas blocked President Donald Trump's national emergency plan authorizing the military to divert funds from defense construction to build a wall at the Mexican border, ruling that the president does not have the legal authority to use the funds for that purpose.

The ruling, issued by Judge David Briones of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, ruled in favor of El Paso County, Texas, and the Border Network for Human Rights, blocking Secretary of Defense Mark Esper's authorization of $3.6 million in military construction funds for 11 border wall projects.

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WATCH LIVE: Trump and Pence rally supporters in Hershey, Pennsylvania after articles of impeachment unveiled

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President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are rallying supporters in Hershey, Pennslyvania on Tuesday after the House of Representatives released two articles of impeachment.

In 2016, their Republican ticket carried the Keystone State by 44,292 votes.

The rally is being held at the Giant Center, with a capacity of 10,500.

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