Sean Spicer’s appearance in Chicago, protesters – including one attracts, the rushed the stage

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Law enforcement officers arrested a protester who rushed the stage Thursday night at an event with former White House press secretary and Sean Spicer.

It happened at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, where Spicer and Fox News contributor Donna Brazile, the former head of the democratic National Committee, to discuss items, such as the 2020 presidential election.

“You’re hurting me”, “You’re hurting me,” the protester shouted, as several police officers grabbed him and pulled him to Chicago, FOX 32.


He held the stage as speakers and guests was entered on the introduction of the evening. Neither Spicer nor Brazile were to be seen on stage in a video posted by FOX-32. The suspect entered from the right side and began to roll a non-specific small items in the lot and cried before the police intervention.

In the run-up to the event, more than 200 students, to protest a demonstration Spicer ‘ s appearance, according to the Chicago Tribune.

NEIU administrators defended the decision to invite Spicer, told FOX 32 that provides for the school in the promotion of a constructive discourse.

If the event proceeded, Spicer defended his time as a trump spokesman said, however, he repents of a few incidents, such as the description of the quantity, the size reported at the inauguration, FOX 32.


The man who was arrested, not in connection with the organized protest, Brett Stockdill, a northeastern professor of sociology, said the Tribune.

It was not known what costs, if any, are the man-face, the newspaper reported.

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