Woman ambushes Spicer at DC Apple Store, tweets video

The House intelligence committee is asking the Trump administration for evidence that the phones at Trump Tower were tapped during the campaign

Shree Chauhan spotted Spicer at the store on Saturday night and began broadcasting on Periscope, peppering him with questions like "You work for a fascist, how do you feel about that?" and "What can you tell me about Russian Federation?"

The awkward exchange, which has been posted online, has also led to Indian-American Chauhan accusing Spicer of racism after he said the U.S. was a "great country that allows you to be here". Chauhan asked in the video she streamed to Periscope and posted to Twitter.

"The President's intention right now is to donate his salary at the end of the year, and he has kindly asked that you all determine where that goes", he said.

'Have you committed treason too?

"But to me, Brooke, it sounded like the beginning of a rationalization or a walkback", he said.

Shree Chauhan later panhandled for money online at a "cash.me" account, hoping to cash in on her 15 minutes of internet fame.

It is vital journalists and the American people not let Trump slide on these allegations, or tweak them so they become true. The senator's call for more information follows a request from two leading members of the Senate Judiciary Committee for "copies of any warrant applications and court orders - redacted as necessary. related to wiretaps of President Trump, the Trump Campaign, or Trump Tower". John McCain (R-Ariz.) and others that the president back up his claims with evidence or withdraw them. It's the American people too.

"'He could've said, 'Such a great country that allows dissent, '" she said.

She repeatedly berated him for "working for a fascist", asking him how he felt.

'There's a whole host of things that.fall into that category, ' he again said, 'and I think that if you contacted, you know, one of the law enforcement agencies, they will provide you with a whole host of ways'.

Quint A Rahaman Jr. shared The Daily Caller's post and I love this answer.

So that is basically what we just said, but maybe even SNOTTIER?

Arne Duncan, who was education secretary in the Obama administration, said that this was the wrong way to oppose DeVos. "I didn't have time to sit there and ask questions I would ask if I was a reporter..."

She also brought up the increase in attacks against South Asians.



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