Woman Confronts Sean Spicer at Apple Store

Even White House staff members have iPhone problems!

This weekend, Sean Spicer went to an Apple store in Washington D.C.

Shree Chauhan, a 33-year-old Indian-American woman, was there getting her iPhone fixed and she spotted Spicer, and decided to make the store an impromptu White House Press Briefing via Periscope.


Chauhan says that since President Trump was elected, she has 'feared for her safety.'  

She told the NY Post: 

“It is customary to give public figures their space…However, given what Mr. Spicer and his boss are doing to this country, I do not believe they are entitled to these norms and customs,” 

So, here's what happened. 

Chauhan penned a lengthy post on Medium after the encounter saying that she felt 'threatened.'  

Her post reads in part:

"So I watched the video over and over again. I had other people watch it. I watched it with the sound off so I could watch Mr. Spicer’s lips and make sure words match up with the consonants I thought I heard. I watched it with the volume all the way up with my eyes closed.

And his words were clear.

“Such a great country that allows you to be here.”

That is racism and it is an implied threat. Think about the sheer audacity of Mr. Spicer to say that to my face with a smile, knowing that he that he is being recorded on video and the position of power he holds in our government."

 You can read her entire post HERE.

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