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Eric Trump says Chicago restaurant employees spit on him: report

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Eric Trump said in an interview that he was spat on by a worker in a restaurant in Chicago on Tuesday night in an incident he called a “disgusting act.”

Trump Breitbart, “For a party that preaches tolerance, said, this proves, once again, you have very little courtesy. If someone is sick enough to spit to resort to someone who emphasizes there is only one disease and despair and the fact that we will win.”

Reports of the alleged attack appeared first Ahern, Mary Ann, a political reporter for NBC 5 Chicago, reported the rumors via her Twitter account. She said the reports showed that the incident occurred at the aviary cocktail bar in the city. She said the offender was in secret service custody.

Trump allegedly, Breitbart said that it is a “purely disgusting act by someone who clearly has emotional problems.”

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The Chicago Police Department confirmed that they were at the scene “support” of the US secret service. She wanted to confirm that Trump was the target. The Secret Service, the representatives for trump and the cocktail bar is not immediately to E-Mails by Fox News.

Last year at the height of the Brett Kavanaugh hearing, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and his wife were confronted in a restaurant, and they were forced to leave early. Kirstjen Nielsen, the former Homeland Security secretary, was harassed in a similar way in a restaurant this time.

Fox News’ Edmund DeMarche contributed to this report

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