TACOMA, Wash. - Tacoma school officials are investigating after anti-Trump and anti-Nazi graffiti showed up at an elementary school.
The graffiti was found on the walls of Stanley Elementary over the weekend.
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One instance of the graffiti said (expletive) Trump. Also found on a building were a swastika and a cross, both with a strike-through over them as well as the word “pennywise” – possibly the reference to the evil clown in the movie “IT” or the name of a punk band.
Maintenance crews were able to quickly remove the paint.
Administrators say it was first time this school year or over the summer they've had an incident like this.
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