Addressing an ambush at an Apple Store over the weekend, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that people who have questions for him regarding the Trump administration should ask them.
While shopping at an Apple Store in Washington D.C., a woman peppered Spicer with questions about working for President Trump in a combative manner and streamed the event live on social media.
During Monday’s White House press briefing a reporter asked Spicer about the incident and what he would recommend people do in the future.
Spicer said people should ask their questions: “I interact with individuals all day long. Ninety-nine percent of them are pleasant, even with people who may not agree with our philosophy, our programs.”
Spicer concluded: “It’s a free country, and the beauty of it is that people can act how they want.”
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