Acts of intimidation, violence and vandalism reported after Trump win

Acts of intimidation, violence and vandalism reported after Trump winA Donald Trump piñata is burned in Los Angeles on Nov. 9, 2016, by people protesting his election as president. In the wake of Donald Trump’s stunning victory in Tuesday’s U.S. presidential election, there have been multiple reports of violence and vandalism tied to the inflammatory comments the president-elect made about women, Hispanics and other minorities during his divisive campaign. • In Philadelphia, graffiti — including swastikas, Trump’s name and the message “Sieg Heil 2016” — was found spray-painted on the windows of an abandoned fur store.

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