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Rise in hate crimes following Trump's election win

CBS News Monday, 21 November 2016
Since Election Day, there have been more than 700 reports of hate crimes across the U.S.; in many cases the perpetrators allude to the President-elect
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News video: Reports of Hate Crimes Spike After Election Day

Reports of Hate Crimes Spike After Election Day 02:03

An incident at a New York school joins a string of hate crimes that have been reported nationwide since Donald Trump was elected Tuesday and the President-elect has not yet issued a response.

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