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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 small town in Virginia is the attempt of a reputation makeover to a restaurant in the area notorious for refusing to serve, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders in June.

The area of the regional tourism Committee to pull together an emergency Fund for the promotion of the digital marketing campaign, the Roanoke Times reported on Sunday. The money is usually saved, but the officials agreed that the region urgently needs positive media coverage, according to the Sanders controversy.

The tourism board serves Lexington, Va., where The Red hen, and other communities, about three hours from Washington, DC

SARAH SANDERS SAYS, SHE WAS OUT OF VIRGINIA RESTAURANT THROWN IN, BECAUSE IT WORKS FOR TROMBONE

After the incident, the tourism Association has been flooded with thousands of calls and E-Mails and the complaints are still waiting on. The office received a letter on Thursday from a Georgia family, wrote to say it would never return, because of what happened.

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“For a city our size, it was a clear,” Patty Williams, director of marketing, told the Roanoke Times.

In June, Sanders tweeted to leave was told by the owner of the restaurant, because they worked for the President.

RED HEN THE OWNER RETIRES FROM VIRGINIA BUSINESS GROUP AFTER THE SYSTEM IS BOOTED, SARAH SANDERS FROM 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

“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, Sanders has in the time. “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.”

According to the Tweets, social media users of Facebook and Yelp participated in the Red Hen’s-to bombard sites with one-star reviews and bad reviews. Some Trump Fans flocked into the restaurant in protest after the news broke. The restaurant closed its doors for almost two weeks after the controversy broke.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

Kathleen Joyce is a breaking/trending news producer for FoxNews.com. You can follow her at @Kathleen_Joyce8 on Twitter.

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