- A President Donald Trump 2020 campaign lawn sign lined with razor blades sliced a Commerce Township, Michigan worker’s fingers on October 7, causing him to get 13 stitches, the Detroit Free Press reported.
- The razor blades were taped to the bottom edge of the campaign sign, cutting three of the worker’s fingers when he attempted to move it for violating a city ordinance, according to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office incident report.
The homeowners — who said they weren’t aware of the razor blades — have recently had several Trump campaign signs stolen, although some were returned to their yard, according to the Detroit Free Press report.
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A President Donald Trump 2020 campaign lawn sign lined with razor blades sliced a town building inspector’s fingers in Commerce Township, Michigan on October 7, causing him to get 13 stitches, the Detroit Free Press reported.