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Trump Blames Wisconsin Senator For Getting Attacked During A Protest

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Trump Blames Wisconsin Senator For Getting Attacked During A Protest

Trump Blames Wisconsin Senator For Getting Attacked During A Protest

Wisconsin Sen.

Tim Carpenter was assaulted during a protest and it allegedly was not provoked.

Carpenter said eight to 10 people attacked him after taking a video of a protest with his cell phone.

According to the HuffPost, President Donald Trump blamed Carpenter for the attack.

He said Carpenter was probably encouraging destructive action by protesters.

Trump mentioned Carpenter’s sexuality and said “he was probably out there rooting them on or something.”

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