In Bangor, Maine, police have yet to identify or charge any suspects in connection with acts of vandalism that occurred outside a rally for Donald Trump. Several cars outside the Cross Insurance Center, where Trump came to speak, were smeared with white spray paint. According to Sgt. Wade Betters of the Bangor Police Department, his office is “seeking witnesses and reviewing video” in the criminal mischief case. Trump decried at the rally what he calls “a rigged system” that is thwarting his presidential campaign.
As many as 20 vehicles, parked between the Bangor Raceway and Buck Street, were sprayed. Some drivers of the cars drove away unaware of the vandalism. Witnesses say that the rally was peaceful and went off without a hitch. Some blamed Trump's opponents.
The news came on the same day that a firebomb attack rocked a GOP headquarters in Hillsborough, North Carolina. The Orange County Republican Party office was totally gutted by an apparent firebomb that was thrown through a front window. Trump denounced the attack, calling the perpetrators "animals."
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