CNN wrote:This is about targeting people who are very publicly involved in formulating and defending Trump's immoral policies.
And that is supposed to make it ok to tell her to leave the restaurant? in my opinion, WRONG!
By that logic it would be ok to throw out anyone who openly supports Trump and would also have made it ok to throw out anyone who supported Hillary Clinton or Obama or anyone else whose political views oppose their own.
If Sarah Sanders was in the restaurant in some sort of on-the-job official capacity or was intentionally causing a problem, that would be one thing, but all she was trying to do was enjoy a meal with her family and friends. I think asking her to leave was completely inappropriate and uncalled for.
I dislike Sarah Sanders and all she stands for, but dinner in a restaurant is not the right time or place to express opposition. If I had been in that restaurant and saw what was taking place, I would have walked right out with her - and wouldn't even have left a tip.