This is What Happened to a Trump Staffer for Wearing ‘MAGA’ Hat

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A Trump staffer was ambushed in a parking lot at Towson University, where he was spit on and slapped by a student for wearing a Make American Great Again hat.

A police report of the incident obtained by Campus Reform indicates that Gary Collins, who currently serves as the Baltimore City co-chair for the Maryland Trump Campaign, was approached by a Towson student in the Glen Garage parking lot, where she punched Collins in the face and called him a “racist piece of sh*t” for sporting a “Make America Great Again” hat.

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Collins, naturally, began to film the altercation, but his phone was later stolen by the student, who deleted most of the videos he had captured, the police report explains.

One video, however, was retrieved, showing the student swinging at Collins and berating him for having the audacity to record the incident and stating she would “break your phone” if he continued to record….

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