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FBI investigates claims Trump fans swarmed Biden campaign bus

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The FBI is investigating reports of voter intimidation following social media videos showed a convoy of Trump supporters surrounding a Joe Biden campaign bus in Texas and forcing it to slow down – which the president appears to have commended. In another instance, Trump supporters blocked roads and bridges in New York and New Jersey.

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