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Video shows alleged white supremacist being forced to clean black man’s truck after throwing bottle

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A video has gone viral on Twitter of a white man with at least one swastika tattoo being forced to clean a black man’s car after throwing a bottle at it.

The video shows a bloodied white man after taking his shirt off to wipe down the side of the car. The tweet says, “This racist ass white boy threw a bottle at my cousin’s truck and well…. here’s the aftermath lmaooo”

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The man filming the video tells the white man, “What’s your f*cking problem?”

“I don’t have a problem,” the white man replies.

“I could split your other side,” the man filming the video says.

It’s difficult to see the specifics of all of his tattoos, but he has a teardrop under his right eye and the swastika on his left upper arm.

The video was shared first on another social site with the caption, “This white boy threw a bottle at my cousin’s whip thinking he was hard lmaooooo.”

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GOP officials admit 2020 platform is basically whatever’s on Trump’s Twitter account

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President Donald Trump has shaped the Republican Party into his own image in less than four years on the job, and that doesn't seem likely to change anytime soon.

Nearly half of the House Republicans on the job when Trump took office in 2017 have either retired, resigned, been defeated or are retiring in 2020, and many of the GOP newcomers are devoted Trump loyalists, reported Politico.

“Whether the president wins or loses, his policy views and style have firmly taken over the Republican Party — nationalism and white grievance, those kinds of things,” said Matt Moore, former chairman of South Carolina's GOP. “I don’t think that Trumpy politics will be leaving the stage anytime soon.”

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Coronavirus data disappears from CDC dashboard after Trump hijacks info

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The Trump administration on Tuesday forced all hospitals and states to make a significant and immediate change in how they report coronavirus patient data, hijacking the information to be funneled into the Dept. of Health and Human Services.

Experts warned the move could allow the administration to politicize the data, hide it, be less transparent, all of which interferes in the real-time usage of information to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

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Driver hits 63-year-old man with his car after he asked him to wear a mask in a store: police

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A Rhode Island driver is being accused of hitting a 63-year-old man with his car after the man had confronted him about not wearing a face mask into a local convenience store.

Local news station WJAR 10 reports that 63-year-old William Beauchene got into an argument this week with a 30-year-old man named Ralph Buontempo, who had gone into the convenience store in the town of Lincoln, Rhode Island without wearing a mask.

Witnesses told police that the two men began yelling obscenities at one another, and that at one point Buontempo slapped a cup of coffee out of Beauchene's hand, which then splashed all over the store manager who had come outside to try to deescalate the confrontation.

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