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'Julius Caesar' Protesters Interrupt Trumpian Play's Last Night

Newsmax Monday, 19 June 2017
Two protesters interrupted the final Public Theater performance of "Julius Caesar" in Central Park Sunday night and were removed by security guards.
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News video: Donald Trump Jr. Connects Shooting of Rep. Scalise to New York `Julius Caesar` Play

Donald Trump Jr. Connects Shooting of Rep. Scalise to New York `Julius Caesar` Play 01:47

Donald Trump Jr. took to Twitter to connect the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise to the recent controversy over The Public Theater`s "Julius Caesar," which features the assassination of a ruler that looks like President Trump.

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