Someone In Town For Robert Trump’s Funeral Allegedly Broke D.C. Waiter’s Nose
NBC News White House correspondent Geoff Bennett reported on Friday that someone in town for Robert Trump’s funeral punched a server at the Fig & Olive restaurant in Washington, D.C., and broke his nose.
- Bennett tweeted: “I'm told some in the group were still carrying funeral programs. The ‘unruly’ group lashed out when the restaurant couldn't accommodate their large party. Employee: ‘It’s a pandemic, doing the best we can. Totally uncalled for.’ Employee says no ‘high-profile’ Trump was involved.”
- The employee told Bennett he believed the server’s nose was broken. He also said that “they have security at City Center and he thought they were handling it with DC police. But neither security nor police did anything,” Bennett wrote.
Employee: “My server’s nose is crooked. Pretty sure the guy broke it. They didn’t apologize. Just said, 'You don’t know how to speak to people.'"
President Trump’s brother died on August 15.