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Carl: Does this really surprise anyone. If you really want to understand what makes Trump tick, just look to Trump’s father – and you will see that the apple does not fall far from the tree for a reason (like father, like son.) A New York Times article published June 1, 1927, reported Donald Trump's father Fred Trump's role in a Klan brawl that pitted 1,000 Klansmen against 100 New York City Police in Queens. Police Commissioner, Joseph A. Warren, “The Klan not only wore gowns, but had hoods over their faces almost completely hiding their identity.” Fred Trump Sr. was among seven men arrested following the May 30, 1927 incident. There is a document trail, and the names, dates, and addresses match up. Fred Trump is mentioned by name. His address is given at 175-24 Devonshire Road, Jamaica, New York City, and the federal census of 1930 shows that Fred Trump resided at that address. The newspaper does not identify him as a Klan member, or clarify whether he was wearing a Klan robe—as were many of the demonstrators―but he was arrested, and all seven men were represented by the same attorneys. Two days after the brawl, Fred Trump was discharged from custody, with no explanation that can be discovered from public records. “I say money talks.” Think about it, what was Fred Trump doing there in the first place anyway, and out of 1,000 Klansmen, he was one of the seven arrested – think about it.