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School protects bullied child named Trump

SBS Wednesday, 12 December 2018
School officials in Delaware in the US have taken measures to protect Joshua Trump, 11, after he was bullied because of his last name.
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News video: 11-Year-Old Boy Called Joshua Trump Says His Name Is Making Life Miserable

11-Year-Old Boy Called Joshua Trump Says His Name Is Making Life Miserable 01:09

Joshua Albert Trump, an 11-year-old Delaware boy who shares the president’s surname, says he is getting bullied in school because of it. “They ask me if I’m related to Trump,” he told Inside Edition. “I say, ‘Would I be here if I’m related to him?’” The bullying has gotten so bad...

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