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In a quiet Wilmington neighborhood KKK was painted on a driver side window with a swastika on the hood.

In addition, there was an insult to President Obama near the N-word on the front passenger side and the word “Trump” on the roof top.

Finally a message on the trunk read, “Go back to Africa.”

The Wilmington News Journal reports this is what the Woodlawn neighborhood woke up to yesterday morning.

18-year-old Jamar Jackson told the paper that he did not believe these kinds of things were done in Delaware.

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As more emails emerge from Hillary Clinton’s days at Secretary of State Senator Chris Coons got a mention.

State Department officials apparently were concerned about the Delaware Democrat being miffed that he was the only Senator not mentioned by name at an event in June of 2011.  

Coons had noted that he had “beat the witch” a reference to Republican Christine O’Donnell whom he defeated for the Delaware senate seat in 2010.

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Senator Chris Coons was attacked during a debate yesterday by his Republican challenger Kevin Wade for the Democrat’s tweet saying that people should not freak out about the death of Thomas Duncan who died of Ebola.

The tweet was linked to an article in The New Republic entitled “Stop Freaking Out About America’s Single Ebola Death and Start Worrying About West Africa.”

Coons as chair of the Senate Subcommittee on African Affairs said he has spoken with the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as state and federal officials.

NEWARK, Del. (AP) - A group a young African leaders is meeting with U.S. Sen. Chris Coons in Delaware as part of a White House fellowship program.

The University of Delaware is hosting 25 young civic leaders from African countries as part of the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, a six-week program on American campuses. 

Program participants were scheduled to meet with Coons on Thursday on the UD campus.

Coons, who spent part of his junior year of college in Kenya, is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on African Affairs.

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WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Former president Bill Clinton says "creative cooperation" is needed among private and public sector entities to help tackle challenges facing the continent of Africa.

Speaking Monday at a conference on Africa sponsored by U.S. Sen. Chris Coons, Clinton said issues such as food insecurity, disease and resource management have to be confronted to improve the lives of Africans.

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Former President Bill Clinton will come to Wilmignton next month for a conference on Africa.

“The Opportunity: Africa” event has been hosted by Senator Chris Coons for the last two years.

Clinton’s foundation invests in Africa and he will be the key note speaker at the March 10th event at the Chase Center.

The Wilmington News Journal reports that the conference connects businesses, faith communities and individuals with top experts on Africa.