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Gutfeld: Eric Trump spitting incident shows “the policy is now a personal vendetta”

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Eric Trump’s claim that a waitress spat on him at a restaurant in Chicago on Tuesday night, the proof is in political disputes have charged extremely, according to Greg Gutfeld.

The media also claims some of the blame for such a politically-charged public events, Gutfeld noted Wednesday on “The Five.”

“You see a lot of the responsibility is raised in the media, the temperature in the last couple of years,” he says.

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“The Trump family may not be as bad as the media says you are,” Gutfeld added. “This is the reason why the policy is now a personal vendetta.”

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

“For a party that preaches tolerance, this shows, once again, you will have very little courtesy,” Eric Trump, Breitbart said.

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“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,” Gutfeld added.

The “Greg Gutfeld’s Show” host claimed that the media hurts these situations by the fact people from suggesting it to gain publicity or notoriety, to do things like this incident with Eric Trump.

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“The media makes it so that people think could help, or make this emotionally gratifying, what is said by an attack on someone,” Gutfeld. “But you look like a loser.”

The Chicago Police Department confirmed that they were at the scene “support” of the US secret service. She didn’t want to confirm, Eric Trump was the target.

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In a statement by the restaurant company, the owner of The aviary, The Alinea group, called the dispute between Eric Trump and your employees “regrettable.”

“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.

Fox News’ Michael Bartiromo and Joseph Wulfsohn contributed to this report.

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