Bookstore owner calls police after customer confronted Steve Bannon

Bookstore owner calls police after customer confronted Steve Bannon | TheHill

Bookstore owner calls police after customer confronted Steve Bannon | TheHill

The frequently three-shirted former chief strategist to President Trump was browsing at Black Swan Books, an independent bookstore in his hometown of Richmond, Virginia, when a fellow customer approached him and called him a "piece of trash".

Nick Cooke, the owner of Black Swan Books, asked the woman to leave the store and, when she refused, he called the police.

Cooke said Bannon was minding his own business when the woman began harassing him.

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The Richmond police department told the Times-Dispatch that they received a call around 3:15 p.m. on Saturday.

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Richmond police confirmed a call was made Saturday afternoon of someone yelling at a political figure in the bookstore, adding the call was canceled before officers could respond, according to the Times-Dispatch.

Since leaving the White House last August, he has focussed on rallying support for other populist political challengers in the US and more recently in Europe.

It could have been much worse, after Democrats, namely Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., have called for protesters to "absolutely harass" those connected to President Donald Trump's White House.

The White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said she was asked to leave a restaurant in Lexington, Virginia, because she works for Trump. "Bookshops are all about ideas and tolerating different opinions and not about verbally assaulting somebody", he said.

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