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Loudoun County Chair Phyllis Randall Sends Letter to Sheriff, Commonwealth’s Attorney re: Trump Supporter Who Intentionally Coughed on Women Protesting Outside Trump’s Golf Course Saturday

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See below, as Loudoun County Board Chair Phyllis Randall shows strong leadership in response to the following crap. In response, Chair Randall sent a letter (see below) to the Loudoun County Sheriff and the Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney, inquiring as to whether any laws were violated by the Trump supporter who intentionally coughed – in the middle of a deadly pandemic – on two women who were protesting outside of Trump’s golf course in Sterling yesterday.

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