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A 16-year-old who had a drink thrown in his face and his “Make America Great Again” hat stolen off his head at a Whataburger in Texas received a gift earlier this week.
President Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. heard of the incident and hoped to somehow contact the teenager to get him a new hat. Not just any new hat either. A new MAGA hat signed by the president himself.
“If someone can get me this young man’s information I’ll get him a new MAGA hat,” wrote Trump Jr. “SIGNED by POTUS!!!”
Earlier this week, the teenager’s gift arrived.
The teenager, Hunter Richard, was confronted by 30-year-old Kino Jimanez at a Whataburger in the San Antonio area and the whole incident was captured on video by one of Richard’s friends.
Watch the now-viral video below:
“You ain’t supporting s---!” the attacker is heard saying in the video. “This is going to go great in my f------ fireplace, b----.”
“Alright, have fun with it,” the victim responded sarcastically.
Jimanez was soon fired from his job for his actions as well as charged with theft of person.