White House press secretary Sarah Sanders will get Secret Service protection after she was asked to leave a restaurant in southern Virginia in protest of President Donald Trump's policies, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.
A restaurant in NY received the praise of former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee on Tuesday after posting a sign outside that said Sarah Sanders was "welcome any time".
"But I also had a lot of respect for the way Sarah Huckabee Sanders handled it", Clinton continued. "This goes for all people, regardless of politics".
Former Governor of Arkansas and Sander's father Mike Huckabee backed her by calling the restaurant's action biased. The owner later confirmed the reasoning to media, and the incident drew praise and condemnation online for the restaurant. "She called them out".
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The ensuing uproar has resulted in a spate of angry phone calls and negative online reviews directed at similarly named eateries, with Red Hens from CT to Collingwood, Ont. enduring the wrath of Sanders and Trump supporters.
"Ask me [if] should we be reuniting 2,000 kids with their families", he said as he helped his wife into their vehicle.
The incident prompted Twitter attacks from the president on Monday. Other non-affiliated Red Hen eateries around the country have also revealed they have received hate mail and criticism after the incident.
Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer was among those who sought to quell the controversy. "I strongly disagree with those who advocate harassing folks if they don't agree with you".