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If I ever get within 10 feet of that pu***: Maine Democratic lawmaker physical threatens President Trump

A Democratic state lawmaker in Maine made a physical threat against President Donald Trump during a heated Facebook exchange on Tuesday.

“Trump is a half term president, at most, especially if I ever get within 10 feet of that pussy,” Rep. Scott Hamann wrote on his Facebook page. tirade on Tuesday.

Hamann went on to accuse President Trump of being “anti-American,” an “admitted rapist” who was “installed by the Russians.”

“Don’t like the truth? Well then fuck you, snowflake. You’re a fucking pussy. And you people are destroying America.

“100% of intelligence Americans agree that Trump is a complete loser. But go back to clinging to your guns because you’re afraid. Pussy," Hamann said during the exchange with an apparent Trump supporter.

Demi Kouzounas, the chair of Maine's Republican Party, responded by calling on Maine’s House speaker to “do something” about Hammon’s remarks.

“Words cannot even begin to describe the level of revulsion I feel after reading Representative Scott Hamann’s recent tirade that has come to light.

“Perhaps the most alarming aspect of this tirade is an implied death threat against our President when Rep. Hamann states, ‘As long as that’s what’s coming out of that side, then I’ll match you dumb f**ks word for word. Trump is a half term President, at most, especially if I ever get within 10 feet of that p**sy,” Kouzounas said.

Kouzounas went on to call Hannon’s remarks “unhinged and dangerous.”

Hamann, who represents a district in South Portland, works as project manager for the Good Shepherd Food Bank. The food bank commented about Hamann's remarks on Facebook.

“The views and opinions expressed by this employee are his own, and in no way reflect the views of Good Shepherd Food Bank. Our only goal is helping to end hunger in Maine, and we have addressed this with the employee,” reads a post on the organization’s Facebook page.

Hamann apologized Wednesday for what using what he called “inappropriate” language to voice his frustration.

“I regret my impulsive decision to post something aggressively sarcastic and inappropriate in a Facebook exchange with a childhood friend.

“While the tone of the post was born out of frustration with the vile language currently surrounding politics, I should not have responded with the same language.

“This is not language I typically use, it does not reflect my personal values, and while misguided, it was intended to make a visceral point about the devolving political discourse in America,” Hamann said.

A representative of the U.S. Secret Service told High Plains Pundit that they are aware of Hamann’s comments but have not opened a formal investigation.

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