New Wall of Lies rebuilt in Manhattan after Brooklyn wall is vandalized with white supremacist slogans

Not only is the Wall of Lies back up, but it's now in Manhattan and twice as long as the original in Brooklyn.
The first wall was on Gratton Street in Brooklyn. It's a 50-by-10-foot outdoor mural with what the artists say are the more than 20,000 lies told by President Donald Trump so far while in office.
However, just days after going up earlier this month, it was vandalized -- with white supremacist slogans.
Radio Free Brooklyn, a partner of this project, quickly raised more than $4,000 to redo the wall with more of the president's claims, and an additional category, race, is now up in lower Manhattan.
The artists tell News 12 that the original will not be taken down because people have continued to write both words of hate and love on it.
They say the community has asked them to leave it up as a reminder of the division in the country right now.
There will be an official unveiling of the wall with a musical performance on Saturday at noon.