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Students for Trump founder ARRESTED, accused of using gun to strike girlfriend

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Students for Trump founder ARRESTED, accused of using gun to strike girlfriend

Ryan Fournier, the co-founder of Students for Trump has been arrested.

He was arrested in North Carolina last week on accusations that he struck a woman in the head with a handgun, records show.

Fournier, 27, allegedly grabbed the woman by her right arm and struck her in the forehead with a 9MM Sig Sauer P229 pistol, according to the Johnson County magistrate.

The victim identified by Axios as Fournier’s girlfriend suffered a minor injury in the alleged attack.

Students for Trump founder ARRESTED, accused of using gun to strike girlfriend
Students for Trump founder ARRESTED, accused of using gun to strike girlfriend

Fournier was taken into custody on Nov. 21 and faces two misdemeanor charges of assault on a female and assault with a deadly weapon.

He was released on a $2,500 bond and is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 18.

Fournier co-founded the youth political group during former President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign when he was a student at Campbell University.

Fournier now leads a group called Radical Alert, which proclaims to be “exposing” hate that has “taken over American college campuses.”

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