Intern, identified the cursed Trump, was suspended, but not fired

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Woman Yells Expletive at the Trump entourage at the Capitol

The congressional interns, called “Mr. President, f— you!” in the Capitol Rotunda last week during a presidential visit has been identified.

Sources tell Fox News the woman in question is 21-year-old Caitlin Marriott, who is an internship in the office of Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-N. H.

Fox News is told that she was not terminated and continued to work there until August.

The Intern working for Sen. Maggie Hassan is shown here.

(Hassan via Facebook)

Congress-authorities were finally able to identifiy Marriott and speak with her to determine whether she was a threat to the President, it. They raced, where they are so into the word Trump, like forcing US Capitol police, a “looking” over their radios.

Following the decision by Marriott to be a threat for President, Trump has not have, the authorities decided there was no other action they could take. But Fox News was told that Marriott is limited to their tasks in Hassan’s office on the third floor of the Hart Senate office building and earned a week-long suspension bridge.

In front of the Trump visit to the Capitol last Tuesday, a group of interns gathered on the Senate side of the Capitol Rotunda, behind a line of Capitol police officers and Secret Service agents. If the President came, Marriott, shouted the speaker of the house of representatives Paul Ryan, R-Wis took the epithet as a trump card in the office.

Fox News is told that the Marriott ‘ s decision, hector President trump “impulsive.” The interns were banter back and forth about potentially something to shout at the President, fellow interns “cheered on” Marriott and to do other something.

“We are aware of the situation and disciplinary measures, including a one-week suspension and revocation of their congressional Intern ID badge (allows you to restrict access to the Capitol), in response to your violation of office policies regarding a respectful and appropriate behavior. We also makes it easier to make contact with Capitol Police,” Hassan spokesman Aaron Jacobs said.

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