Man accused of slashing 'Baby Trump' says it was a matter of good versus evil

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- An Alabama man charged with criminal mischief in the slashing of a towering "Baby Trump" balloon has defended his actions, saying it was a matter of good versus evil.

Al.com reports Hoyt Deau Hutchinson called the syndicated radio show "Rick & Bubba Show" on Monday to describe what happened.

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