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(Portland, OR)  --  A controversial poster depicting a knife at the throat of President Trump is gone from outside a Portland art gallery.  A man identifying himself as the founder of One Grand Gallery on East Burnside says he removed the image after getting threats from as far away as Florida.  Another business owner above the gallery says he got calls from people threatening to smash his windows.  The threats come amid controversy over Trump's meeting this week in Finland with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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