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Trump flag-burning tweet leads activists to burn some flags in New York

Reuters Wednesday, 30 November 2016
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A small group of hard-left activists burned foot-long U.S. flags outside the Trump International Hotel in New York on Tuesday, in an angry response to a tweet by President-elect Donald Trump that flag-burners should face legal consequences.
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News video: Activists Respond To Trump's Anti-Flag Burning Tweet

Activists Respond To Trump's Anti-Flag Burning Tweet 00:38

President-Elect Donald Trump posted on his Twitter account that he believe anyone in the US who burns an American flag should at least be deported or sent to jail for one year. In response, to Trump’s tweets a hard-left activist group burned several American flags in New York City in front of the...

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