Today on Inside Edition: Man Banned From Disney World Over 'Trump 2020' Sign Speaks Out

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A man who says he was banned from Disney World for holding a "Trump 2020" sign for a photo on Splash Mountain says he "just wanted a keepsake." Dion Cini spoke to Inside Edition’s Diane McInerney for Wednesday’s show about the incident.

In California, as firefighters continue to battle wildfires, incredible stories of kindness are emerging. Among them, an elderly woman was saved when a sanitation worker put her inside his truck.

Inside Edition is also gearing up for tonight’s CMA Awards. Megan Alexander, who will be reporting from the event, gave a glimpse into what to expect.

And in Ohio, a husband, wife and their two sons stand accused of killing eight members of a rival family in 2016. Their youngest alleged victim was just 16. See how the arrests were finally made after a nearly three-year investigation, and why police believe the Wagner family carried out the grisly killings. They have denied wrongdoing.

For more of today’s show, tune in to Inside Edition. Check here for local listings.


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