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Religious Leaders Say They Were Tear-Gassed For Trump's Church Photo-Op

2 monthes ago   |   By The Huffington Post

Police drove clergy off the property of St. John's Church to make room for the president, according to Rev. Gini Gerbasi.
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Before Trump's Photo-Op, Police Forcibly Removed Priest From Church Grounds

Before Trump's Photo-Op, Police Forcibly Removed Priest From Church Grounds

2 monthes ago   |   By Forbes

Rev. Gini Gerbasi said police forced clergy from St. John's Episcopal Church prior to President Trump's arrival Monday night.
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