Eric TrumpEric Frederick TrumpJudge orders Eric Trump to comply with New York AG's subpoena before Election Day Eric Trump uses misleading clip to blast Biden for using teleprompter Melania Trump: Ginsburg's 'spirit will live on in all she has inspired' MORE on Wednesday offered to send a replacement "Trump 2020" flag to a Vermont man after the man said he found his flag burned and thrown onto his front porch over the weekend.

"Gus, Thank you so much for the support and thank you for your service to our country!" Trump tweeted about the man, who is a veteran, according to local NBC affiliate, KCRA. "Get us your address - a new Trump 2020 Flag will be coming your way! Keep up the fight!" 

Gus Klein told the outlet that he and his wife, Annamarie Klein, found the burned flag on Sunday morning.


"I don't know if this flag was on fire when they threw it on my front porch," he told CNN affiliate station WCAX-TV. "I can only assume that it wasn't, but if it was, that's not right at all."

“It’s crazy,” Annamarie Klein told NECN. “To me, that’s violent. That’s bullying. It’s scary.” 

Gus Klein, who served in Afghanistan, said he feared for his family's safety, WCAX reported.

"Knowing that there’s people out here who do this, there is fear in my mind and it’s not right,” Kline said. “I should be able to come and go as I want and we should be able to sleep at night in our own property, so there is fear.”

Police are investigating the alleged flag burning, according to NECN.

In a statement, the Vermont Democratic Party condemned the incident.

“It’s the level of respect with which we treat that difference that makes us Vermonters — that makes us unique,” the statement said, according to NECN.