Trump flag replaced
BURLINGTON, Vt. — A Vermont man whose Trump 2020 flag was removed and burned by vandals last year has a replacement, and he raised it with a bit of fanfare.
Gus Klein told WCAX-TV that his family received death threats after he spoke up about the incident in November, but he also a call from President Donald Trump’s campaign headquarters promising to replace the flag. That took some time, but it eventually arrived, along with shirts, bumper stickers and a hat signed by Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
Klein put up the new flag Saturday. The ceremony featured bagpipe music and several Republican candidates.