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Miami cop busted wearing a Trump mask inside polling station he was tasked with patrolling

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Miami police officer Danield Ubeda (Twitter)

A Florida police officer patrolled a polling place in uniform while wearing a face mask promoting President Donald Trump.

The officer was photographed wearing a Trump mask at a government center that serves as a polling place, and Miami-Dade County Democratic Party chair Steve Simeonidis shared the photo on Twitter and identified the officer as Daniel Ubeda, of Miami police.

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“Here is @CityofMiami Police Officer Daniel Ubeda, in full uniform with badge and gun wearing his Trump mask inside of the polling location in government center,” Simeonidis tweeted. “This is city funded voter intimidation. Ubeda should be suspended immediately.”

Miami police responded to the social media posts, saying the officer wearing the mask — which reads “Trump 2020: No more bullsh*t” — violated department policy.

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Early voting began Monday in Florida ahead of the Nov. 3 election, and the state shattered its opening-day record with more than 350,000 ballots cast.

Miami-Dade County is offering 33 early voting locations.

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