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Trump retweeted a leader of Britain’s far right—now she’s going to jail for hate crimes
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Trump retweeted a leader of Britain’s far right—now she’s going to jail for hate crimes

The deputy leader of a far right group in Britain promoted on Twitter by President Donald Trump has been sentenced to jail for hate crimes. Jayda Fransen, 32, of the anti-Islam political party Britain First was sentenced to 36-weeks in jail for religiously aggravated harassment Wednesday. The group’s leader Paul Golding, 36, was found guilty of…