An American flag is burned outside the White House in Washington in the early morning hours after Election Day. President-elect Donald Trump said in a Twitter post on Nov. 29 that Americans who burned the flag should be jailed or lose their citizenship, though there is Supreme Court precedent that it is protected speech under the Constitution.
An American flag is burned outside the White House in Washington in the early morning hours after Election Day. President-elect Donald Trump said in a Twitter post on Nov. 29 that Americans who burned the flag should be jailed or lose their citizenship, though there is Supreme Court precedent that it is protected speech under the Constitution. AL DRAGO The New York Times
An American flag is burned outside the White House in Washington in the early morning hours after Election Day. President-elect Donald Trump said in a Twitter post on Nov. 29 that Americans who burned the flag should be jailed or lose their citizenship, though there is Supreme Court precedent that it is protected speech under the Constitution. AL DRAGO The New York Times

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