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After the International Civil Rights Center and Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina denied the Donald Trump campaign’s request told hold a lengthy private tour for the candidate, the museum has received several threats, the News and Observer reported.
“The callers were threatening to come over and burn down the building and to shoot up the building,” John Swaine, the museum’s CEO, told the News and Observer. “They’ve lessened in frequency this week, but they’re still coming in.”
Swaine said that he denied the Trump campaign’s request for a tour on Sept. 20 because the campaign asked for the museum to be closed for five hours and for Trump to be videotaped walking through the exhibits.