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Sarah Sanders says she was kicked out of a Virginia restaurant

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says she was kicked out of a Virginia restaurant because she works for President Trump; response to ‘Cavuto.’

A co-owner of the restaurant refused to serve, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on Friday allegedly quoted, morality, and life, for “certain standards” as the reason why.

The Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Va. (A separate restaurant in Washington, also called the Red hen, which is not associated with the Virginia restaurant.)

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Stephanie Wilkinson remembers the moments prior to the encounter in an interview with the Washington Post, starting with a telephone conversation she had revealed with a staff that Sanders was eat at the Red Hen in Lexington, Va.

After her boss allegedly told her that “the staff is a little concerned,” Wilkinson left her home and went to the restaurant.

“I’m not a big fan of the confrontation with the” Wilkinson told the Post. “I have a business, and I want to grow the business.”

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“This feels like the moment, in our democracy, if the people have to uncomfortable measures and decisions for the preservation of morality,” she continued. They also described allegedly the actions of the Trump in the White house as “inhumane and unethical.”

“This feels like the moment, in our democracy, if the people have to uncomfortable measures and decisions for the preservation of morality.”

– Stephanie Wilkinson, co-owner, Red hen restaurant in Lexington, Va.

Upon arrival, Wilkinson recalled the Post that the Sanders-party and had a few snacks on the table, but had not yet received their appetizers. She said she spoke to your employees, ask them how you wanted it to move forward.

“I can ask you to leave,” she suggests, according to staff Posts.

“Yes,” the employee replied.

Wilkinson then told the Post that they speak to Sanders approached, introduced himself, then Sanders asked, “come on out on the terrace”.

“I was babbling a little, but I got my point in a polite and direct manner,” Wilkinson told the Post. “I said to leave that the restaurant has certain standards, I feel, to be true it is, such as honesty, compassion, and cooperation”, before he said, “I would like to ask you.”

“I was babbling a little, but I got my point in a polite and direct manner. I explained that the restaurant has certain standards, I feel it is true.”

– Stephanie Wilkinson, co-owner, Red hen restaurant in Lexington, Va.

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You should, said the spokesman simply replied by saying, “That’s fine. I’m going to go,” before she and her entire party left the restaurant.

Last night I was told to leave by the owner of the Red hen in Lexington, Virginia, because I work for @POTUS and I politely left. Your actions say a lot more about you than about me. I always do my best to treat people, even those I don’t agree with, respectfully, and will continue to do so

— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) June 23, 2018

Wilkinson told the Post that the Sanders-offered group had “to pay,” but Wilkinson refused to tell you that there is no payment for your order.

After the exchange, TMZ reported that Sanders was kicked out of the restaurant on the “moral grounds” and quoted a waiter who said that Sanders was served “for a total of two minutes, before my owners came together with seven other members of the family.”

Sanders confirmed the events on Twitter, said she was told to leave by the owner, because she worked for the President.

“Your actions say a lot more about you than about me,” she tweeted. “I always do my best to treat people, even those I don’t agree with, respectfully, and will continue to do so.”

Looking back, Wilkinson told the Post, “would have done the same again.”

Meanwhile, a non-affiliated restaurant in Washington, also called the Red hen, was working to convince customers that it is not in the Sanders to the dispute took place in Virginia.

Good morning! @PressSec went to the bystanders @RedHenLex last night, not to our DC-based restaurant.

— The Red Hen (@RedHenDC) June 23, 2018

“Good morning! @PressSec went to the bystanders @RedHenLex last night, not to our DC restaurant,” tweeted Red Hen in Washington.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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