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Shocking Video Shows Homeless Woman Attacked For Voting Trump

Trump Hollywood Star Homeless Woman Attacked Hillary Clinton Supporters Video
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Oct. 29 2016, Published 3:40 p.m. ET

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A homeless woman was attacked on Friday after she set up multiple pro-Donald Trump signs surrounding the Republican nominee's destroyed Hollywood star for three hours.

Shocking Video Shows Homeless Woman Attacked For Voting TrumpThe scary footage began with a bystander filming her sitting next to Trump's star, sparking an argument with an angry crowd — accused of being Hillary Clinton supporters.

But the scene quickly turned violent when some bystanders started threatening to beat her and "deserved it for spewing hate."

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Some began to push and shove her as the woman tried to stand up, eventually tripping her, causing her to face-plant on the Hollywood pavement and lay motionless.

After the footage began to go viral, Trump Organization EVP and Special Counsel Michael Cohen quickly got involved and began blasting tweets about seeking justice on these individuals.

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The eyewitness filming these videos later blasted an update when the footage began to go viral, claiming the woman later received medical attention following the incident.

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