Donald Trump Jr. Shares Unsupported Claim that ‘Democrats’ Vandalized Statue

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Donald Trump Jr. has shared a viral meme that makes the unsupported claim that a statue of abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass in Rochester, New York, was torn down by “Democrats.” Police have made no arrests, and are “still looking into” who committed the vandalism.

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protests have sparked debates over whether monuments to Confederate generals and other historical figures should be removed. Protesters have vandalized some statues, and some local officials have .

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