Black Students Ejected From Trump Rally

Donald Trump ordered Secret Service agents to remove a
number of black students from his Georgia rally on Monday evening, according to
The Des Moines Register.
Before Trump spoke in Valdosta, Ga., about 30 black students
who were quietly standing on the top of the bleachers were told to leave the
GOP front-runner’s event.
Those students complied and were escorted by the Secret
Service outside, where they were told they needed to vacate the area of the
“We didn’t plan to do anything,” said Tahjila Davis, a
19-year-old Valdosta State University student who was removed. “They said,
‘This is Trump’s property; it’s a private event.’ But I paid my tuition to be

Earlier Monday, black students at a Trump rally in Virginia
were removed by Secret Service after chanting, “No more hate! No more hate!
Let’s be equal, let’s be great!”
The removal of the students comes as Trump faces a firestorm
for not disavowing former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke’s support during a
Sunday interview on CNN. Trump blamed a faulty earpiece for misunderstanding
the question and said he’s previously repudiated the support.

At another Trump campaign event Monday, a photographer was
slammed into a table by a security officer.

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