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GRIFFITH, Ind. – A sign outside a bar in Indiana featuring one of Donald Trump’s controversial quotes is getting a lot of attention.
Griffith Town Tap Bar in Griffith, Indiana changed the sign outside their bar with a quote from a recently released video of Trump having a lewd conversation about women in 2005.
The sign originally included the explicit version of one of Trump’s quotes in the video, but according to NBC Chicago, the profane word in the sign was later changed to “$1.00 PINT” after town council president Rick Ryfa requested the bar change it.
Griffith resident Emily Hobson started a petition on thepetitionsite.com to shut the bar down over the controversy. The petition has nearly 3,000 signatures after just a few days.
Ryfa told NBC Chicago they’re currently working with the town’s lawyers reviewing state and local law to see if the sign was in violation of any codes.