Penn State comms professor calls for assassination of Trump: ‘Should’ve been Lincoln’d’

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Responding to a tweet over the weekend, Penn State University’s associate professor of communications at the Greater Allegheny campus Zack Furness called for the assassination of former President Donald Trump.

Furness was responding to a tweet Saturday depicting then-President Trump in Puerto Rico, who visited after Hurricane Irma and Maria devastated the island.

“Trump tosses paper towels to Puerto Rican hurricane victims like he’s shooting free throws in basketball (2017),” the initial tweet in question reads.

In response, Furness wrote, “Should’ve been Lincoln’d five minutes later,” referring to the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in 1865. Following the Twitter reply, it appears Furness has deleted his main Twitter account.

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