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 Corey Comperatore poses in a photo from a GoFundMe page dedicated to his daughter Allyson in the aftermath of his death. The GoFundMe has raised more than $400,000 so far.
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Who was Corey Comperatore, the man killed in the assassination attempt at this weekend's Trump rally in Pennsylvania?
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