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  • Trump threatens to "destroy" career of Texas state senator who opposes sheriff on civil forfeiture

    President Donald Trump threatened to "destroy" the career of a Texas state senator in a meeting with sheriffs from around the country Tuesday. Sheriff Harold Eavenson of Rockwall County, Texas cited an unnamed state senator who backed a law making civil forfeiture illegal until a person has been convicted of a crime. (Credit: AP)

Trump threatens to "destroy" career of Texas state senator who opposes sheriff on civil forfeiture

President Donald Trump threatened to "destroy" the career of a Texas state senator in a meeting with sheriffs from around the country Tuesday. Sheriff Harold Eavenson of Rockwall County, Texas cited an unnamed state senator who backed a law making civil forfeiture illegal until a person has been convicted of a crime. (Credit: AP)
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