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Attack on Eric Trump’s ‘repulsive,” Chicago mayor spit says in the call for civility

in the vicinity ofthe video of the secret Service brings the Chicago waitress in custody after spitting incident with Eric Trump

The unknown employee was allegedly released from police custody dismissed, to report after Eric Trump rejected; reaction and analysis on ‘the Five.’

To show Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot as “repulsive” an incident in which an employee in a restaurant in the city, allegedly spat on Eric Trump, and urged the residents of the city as a courtesy.

“Courtesy issues,” Democrat Lori Lightfoot said at a press conference Thursday. “We can not agree and, in my case, I do not agree with a lot of the things that the President Trump is. Our values are different. But you cross the line, if someone attack you.”

“Courtesy Questions. We may not agree and, in my case, I do not agree with a lot of the things that the President Trump is. Our values are different. But you cross the line, if someone attack you.”

— Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot

ERIC TRUMP SAYS CHICAGO RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES SPIT ON HIM: REPORT

“You absolutely cross the line when you target someone intentionally for this type of treatment. Nobody deserves. No one,” she continued.

“This is America. The people have a right to their views, whether we agree with them or not. But we can not the facial expression of the people who go out of their way to Express themselves in such a disgusting way.”

She went on to praise the President Trump the third child as a “very friendly” for non-criminal complaint against the waitress accused in the attack.

“Mr. Trump decided he didn’t want to the criminal complaint, which I think was very gracious of him given the circumstances. This is not about politics,” she said. “This is about common courtesy. And we have that in our city.”

“Mr. Trump decided he didn’t want to the criminal complaint, which I think was very gracious of him given the circumstances.”

— Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot

GOFUNDME PAGE, MONEY FOR RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES WHO ALLEGEDLY SPAT ON ERIC TRUMP

The President’s son was allegedly confronted with a female server at the Aviary in Chicago. The Chicago Police Department and the secret service were involved in the investigation.

The Alinea group, the owner of the high-end cocktail bar, called the incident “regrettable” and said that Fox News had their human resources team,” said you in the holiday” as they saw themselves in the matter.

“No customer should ever spit upon. We have not yet spoken with the staff, but our HR team has in the meantime, she continued to leave,” the Alinea group, told Fox News.

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A GoFundMe page has been launched-the alleged perpetrator, but as of Saturday morning, the crowdfunding campaign, which has been deleted attracted at least $4,000 in 10 hours.

Fox News’ Joseph Wulfsohn contributed to this report.

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