LEXINGTON, Va. – Stephanie Wilkinson was at home Friday evening – nearly 200 miles from the White House – when the choice presented itself.
Her phone rang about 8 p.m. It was the chef at the Red Hen, the tiny farm-to-table restaurant that she co-owned just off Main Street in this small city in the western part of the state.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders had just walked in and sat down, the chef informed her.
“He said the staff is a little concerned. What should we do?” Wilkinson told The Washington Post. “I said I’d be down to see if it’s true.”
It seemed unlikely to her that President Donald Trump’s press secretary should be dining at a 26-seat restaurant in rural Virginia.
SOURCE: Houston Chronicle
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