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Trump supporter attacks BBC cameraman at Texas rally

Brisbane Times Tuesday, 12 February 2019
Trump supporter attacks BBC cameraman at Texas rallyA man wearing a red MAGA hat got on to the reporters' platform and pushed the camera into a BBC cameraman in a "violent attack", a witness said.
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A BBC cameraman was attacked at a Trump rally in El Paso. Ron Skeans said there was “a very hard shove” from one side as a Trump supporter made his way into the media pit yelling”F**k the media”. Trump has consistently derided the press throughout his campaign and presidency, calling them...

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