A journalist investigating Donald Trump’s assertion that Sweden has huge problems with immigration was told to leave a migrant suburb in Stockholm by police after he was confronted and followed by masked men.
For the past week, reporter Tim Pool has been conducting interviews and visiting Sweden’s migrant suburbs in a bid to get an accurate picture of what is happening.
Having left Malmo, Pool traveled to Rinkeby, the scene of last week’s riots when cars were set ablaze and journalists, shopkeepers and police officers were attacked.
“We weren’t filming anyone, we were just talking to police. They started getting nervous as men started masking up around us,” tweeted Pool
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