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Referencing Sanders' ejection from Red Hen, and the other two restaurant humiliations last week:

From a legal point of view, a person can be asked to leave a privately owned establishment because of their political views. For example, In April, a judge in New York City dismissed a lawsuit by a Trump supporter who wore a "Make American Great Again" hat to a bar and was asked to leave.
https://edition.cnn.com/2018/06/24/opinions/heckle-trump-adm...

I’m surprised that it’s legal to boot people out of a business that purports to be open to the public (and benefits from all the public services and protections so accorded) just because you hate their politics, but it seems to be.

But as Trump attempts to transform our nation from the United States into Trumpistan... how long until Trump's fans counter by hanging signs in their stores, restaurants and bars that read "No liberals allowed" or "Trump supporters only"?

Rump seems to take delight in Making America Hate Again.
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