Police called to Wis. man shouting profanities about Hillary Clinton

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Here's a strange one from across the border.

Someone in Waukesha has been getting really, really excited about Donald Trump's visit to the city (scheduled for today), so much so that their excitement prompted a police call.

According to the Waukesha Freeman, the man decided to prepare for Trump's visit Tuesday night by re-watching the first presidential debate by himself.

The newspaper continues: "He was yelling profanities about Clinton so loud that it could be heard throughout the building where other tenants thought there was a domestic altercation occurring. He was advised on his noise level."

He'll be able to show the same fervor, albeit in more understanding surroundings, when Trump appears at the Waukesha County Expo Center from 6 p.m.

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