- Associated Press - Monday, May 23, 2016

NEW YORK (AP) - A group of angry U.S. military veterans lined up in front of Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue to say that Donald Trump would make a “reckless and dangerous commander in chief.”

Monday’s protest on the street below his luxurious apartment was led by a Marine Corps veteran, Alexander McCoy. He accused the presumptive Republican nominee of being “a fraud” for saying he collected $6 million for struggling veterans at a January fundraiser.

McCoy says Trump has failed to show where that money went.

A Trump spokesman says the candidate did raise $4.5 million.

About a dozen anti-Trump protesters held up signs, including one that said, “Vets vs. Trump.” They said they were being used as props for the presidential campaign, as well as what they called “props for hate.”



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