"What is certain is this: no customer should ever be spit upon," Aviary's owner told Newsweek.
On Sunday, the top five morning talk shows hosted political heavy hitters to discuss the news of the day but Carroll's allegations were hardly mentioned.
"If I announce tomorrow that I'm going to become a nice, liberal Democrat, I would pick up five times more followers," Trump claimed without evidence.
"This case should have been dismissed," Justice Department spokesperson Kelly Laco told Newsweek in a written statement.
The case is one of three ongoing lawsuits against the president for alleged violations of the Constitution's Emoluments Clause.
Democrats feel most strongly about discussing issues related to climate change, gun policy and abortion access, not necessarily the president.
Sara Gelser, a Democratic state senator, wrote on Twitter that members of her party "were notified we were physically in danger."
"It is as if one member of our family died at the hands of another," Buttigieg observed to the Democratic audience in Columbia on Saturday.
"Oprah alone checks all the boxes that a Democrat needs to win," Maher said on his HBO show Friday night.
The video was not the first time President Donald Trump has hinted he could stay in office beyond the two-term limit.
"People are getting tired of you letting your officers do whatever they want to do," the brother of the man who was killed said.
"I want to ask you what you think when you hear the following words," she told the minister, before reading details from the UN's probe of the killing.
"It is absurd that this happened," one former member of the White House Correspondents' Association told Newsweek about the planned gathering.
"It is an outrageous proposal, it is an anti-freedom proposal and it is persecution," the NRATV host said.
"That is a truly awful confusion on my part," MSNBC contributor Noah Rothman apologized to Joaquin on Morning Joe.
Both Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama had 43 percent approval, the same as Trump, heading into their re-election campaigns.
Positions within the Democratic Party vary widely, and 2020 candidates have made starkly differing commitments to a hypothetical reparations program.
"Unfortunately, it's just become a part of something we are having to prepare for and expect," the editor in chief of the Orlando Sentinel told Newsweek.
There are 14 members on the House Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.
"You have people on both sides of that," he said on Tuesday at a press gaggle. "They admitted their guilt."
"I don't think reparations for something that happened 150 years ago, for which none of us living are responsible, is a good idea," McConnell said.
"I wonder, is there something special about Paul Manafort?" one former federal prosecutor asked.
The NRCC wrote that Porter "is so consumed by her hatred of President Trump" that she has decided to come out in favor of impeachment.
"This is a very dangerous situation that we're in right now," Ryan said in an interview on Saturday.
This is the same healthcare facility where a woman in a vegetative state was raped and gave birth late last year.
"I'm a little surprised that this came out of Axelrod," Huckabee said. "He's a better person than that."
"Secretary Mnuchin has allowed Trump's racism and misogyny to prevent him from carrying out the will of the people," she said.
Montana Governor Steve Bullock was one of the unlucky four who missed out on the first set of Democratic 2020 debates scheduled for later this month.
"When Cuba got involved in Grenada, what did Ronald Reagan do?" Graham asked. "He kicked them out."
Documents obtained by Newsweek show the number of single, adult migrants in U.S. custody has grown every week by 1,000 along the U.S.-Mexico border.