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Footage Of Coffee Shop Manager Kicking Out Trump Supporters Emerges Online

By Erica Diaz

Fordham University has found itself in the middle of a political fight that centers around coffee. No, that's not a typo. A video posted by conservative news site Campus Reform seems to shot a group of students, dressed in their best head-to-toe Trump swag, being told to leave a coffee shop. The altercation happened when the shops president (it's run by a student club, so club president = shop president) told the group that she was removing them for the safety and comfort of other customers, saying their Trump swag violated a coffee shop policy. 

How could clothes violate a policy? It turns out the coffee shop has written policies in place about this sort of thing. Check out the rule she references.

Be aware of the boundaries of others' space, physical or otherwise, and respect their consent. No racism - No sexism - No homophobia. If you feel that someone has transgressed this policy, we want you to feel comfortable confronting them or approaching a member behind the counter, who is available as a resource to assist you.

The College Republicans members then reply that, since they bought something, they're customers too and can stay now. The club president fires back saying she doesn't want them supporting the club, nobody wanted them supporting the club and they had five minutes to finish their drinks and leave.