Jesse Watters got theater-goers' reactions to the "Julius Caesar" play featuring a Donald Trump look-alike as the murdered Caesar.

Many of those attending the Shakespeare in the Park production did not seem overly concerned with its depiction of violence towards the current president of the United States.

The play caused controversy especially in the wake of a shooter who targeted Republican congressmen last week and wounded House Majority Whip Steve Scalise.

Watters begged to differ with a man who said the assassination was "one of the highlights."

"Or lowlights," Watters said.



One lady came away thinking the producers meant to enshrine Trump in martyrdom.



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Another said the play's portrayal was dangerous in the same way as yelling "fire" in a crowded theater.


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