Vandals torch black church in Mississippi — and spray paint ‘VOTE TRUMP’ on the side

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Vandals in Greenville, Miss. set fire to a black church on Tuesday evening — and then spray painted a pro-Trump message on the side. Local news station WDAM reports that the Greenville Fire Department received word of a fire at the Hopewell M.B. Church, a local black church. When they arrived ...
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