Mississippi church burned, vandalized with 'Vote Trump'

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A black church in Mississippi was burned and spray-painted with "Vote Trump," officials said Wednesday, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it was looking into the incident, which comes one week before the U.S. presidential election.
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