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Donald Trump wants to thank a homeless woman for supporting him and protecting his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The problem is, Trump can’t find her … because she’s homeless!

Trump’s attorney, Michael Cohen, sent out an urgent Twitter alert, asking for help locating a homeless African-American woman who was assaulted while demonstrating near Trump’s new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The homeless woman was attacked as she quietly sat near Trump’s star on the Walk of Fame holding a sign that read: “20 Million Illegals and Americans sleep on the streets in tents. Vote Trump.”

Within minutes, the African-American woman was verbally attacked, bullied and and called racial slurs by an angry pro-Hillary Clinton mob.

One guy shoved her to the ground as the crowd laughed and did nothing to help her.

The woman was staging her demonstration just one day after liberal activist Jamie Otis destroyed Trump’s star with a pickax to protest what he called Trump’s misogynistic behavior.

The irony of the pro-Hillary mob bullying a homeless woman to protest Trump’s alleged mistreatment of women is so hypocritical it’s laughable.

Trump’s campaign said they want to thank the woman for her bravery and present her with a gift. The Los Angeles Police Department is currently investigating the matter.

Meanwhile, violence is nothing new for Hillary supporters. Neither is mistreating the homeless.

Last week, Democratic operative Scott Foval was fired after undercover videos from Project Veritas showed Foval bragging about using homeless and mentally ill people to start fights at Trump rallies.

Foval and former Hillary adviser Robert Creamer bragged that they orchestrated violent protests and fights at Trump rallies to push the media narrative that Trump supporters are dangerous.

Creamer has since stepped down from the Clinton campaign.

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