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The man accused of making death threats against Boston Globe employees let his love for President Trump be known just moments after he was released on bail.

“America was saved when Donald J. Trump was elected,” said Robert Darrell Chain as he was leaving court Thursday, according to NBC News reporter David Douglas.

The article goes on to state the following:

Chain, 68, made his first court appearance in Los Angeles after being arrested at his home earlier in the day.

He is accused of making more than a dozen phone threats over the past month — including one where he called Globe employees “the enemy of the people” and threatened death upon them — after the paper ran opinion pieces on President Trump and freedom of the press.

The Encino man is facing up to five years behind bars and a fine of $250,000. He is expected to be flown to Boston at a later date for his official arraignment in US District Court.

In LA federal court, Chain was ordered to release any and all guns in his possession on Thursday before being released on $50,000 bond. Authorities uncovered at least 20 firearms — all in “plain view” — while searching his home.

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