Postal worker told man to leave ‘Trump land’

The incident is being investigated by the customer service manager

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — A U.S. Postal Service worker in Massachusetts is under investigation on allegations he told another man to leave the country, which he called “Trump land.”

A man who said he witnessed the confrontation in Cambridge on Wednesday told The Boston Globe that he also heard the postal worker shout at the man, “You ain’t getting your check no more.”

The witness, Yarden Katz, is a fellow in the systems biology department at Havard Medical School. He said the incident occurred at a gas station, and the victim of the verbal attack appeared to be Hispanic. Katz filed a complaint with the Postal Service.

Postal Service spokesman Steve Doherty says the incident is being investigated by the customer service manager at the Cambridge Post Office.

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Information from: The Boston Globe,

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