Woman Confronts Spicer In Apple Store: ‘How Does It Feel To Work For a Fascist?’
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was confronted while shopping in an Apple Store on Saturday by a woman who filmed the encounter in which she called President Donald Trump a ‘fascist’ and accused the White House press secretary of racism. Spicer tried to ignore the woman as she followed him around the store.
“How does it feel to work for a fascist? Have you helped with the Russia stuff? Are you a criminal as well? Have you committed treason too, just like the president?” Shree Chauhan, a 33-year-old Indian-American woman who lives in Washington, DC, asked him.
Chauhan told reporters that she felt compelled to confront Spicer as an act of public service.
“Honestly I see what’s happening in this country,” she said. “I see how the Trump administration is curtailing constitutional rights and it’s very, very concerning to me as a woman of color and just as a human being and an American.”
“I’m a daughter of immigrants,” she said. “My parents came to this country because they believed in what America is all about.”
“And on a regular basis, Mr. Spicer consistently defends the actions – and I believe unconstitutional actions – and lies on behalf of this administration.”
Chauhan said that Spicer was fair game because of his power in the administration.
Watch the video below via MailOnline: