Pollster Frank Luntz recounted to Fox & Friends how he was the subject of an impromptu assault by a protester inside an upscale Washington, D.C. hotel.

Luntz said that over the weekend, while staying at the Marriott Marquis near Mount Vernon Square, a protester stood less than a foot away from him and threw confetti glitter in his eyes.

"You fascist [expletive expletive]," Luntz said the protester yelled at him.


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"Since when do you have the right or ability to attack someone in a private setting?" Luntz asked the hosts rhetorically.

Luntz said the incident was proof that America is still divided, despite Trump's message of unity, and that the New Yorker's inauguration is the beginning and not the end of violent demonstrations in this country.

"I never thought this was America," Luntz said.

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