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Tension between Biden and Trump supporters ahead of Texas rally

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Trump supporters and counter-protesters supporting President-elect Joe Biden get into heated arguments and shouting matches in McAllen, Texas, where US President Donald Trump is scheduled to give a speech. [COMPLETES VIDI8YM2CZ_EN] SOUNDBITE

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