Yet another Republican lawmaker was confronted by angry protesters, with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) being targeted at a restaurant. 

McConnell and his wife, Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, were dining at Havana Rumba in Louisville Friday night when a man began screaming at him.

“Why don’t you get out of here – why don’t you leave our entire country alone," he yelled as he tossed the couple's doggy bag out onto the street.


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Diners, however, defended McConnell and told the man to leave him alone. The incident came after protesters yelled expletives at House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) at a campaign event near Miami. 

Pelosi calmly walked past the group as they screamed that she was a "f---ing communist."

"Get the f--- out of here. F--- you and your f--king Democrats," they yelled. 

On "Outnumbered," Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer took issue with President Trump's recent rhetoric at his rallies, specifically when he praised a Montana congressman who once body-slammed a reporter. 

"These are signals sent from the highest office," said the former White House press secretary, calling on all leaders to condemn this "disgusting" behavior. 

"This is only politics. You should not go after people you don't like in politics at restaurants. This is not who we are as a country."

Harris Faulkner faulted high-profile Democrats like Cory Booker and Maxine Waters for calling on their supporters to confront Republicans. 

Watch the discussion above.


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