Spicer Book Signings Draw Protesters

(Undated)  --  Protesters found their way to former White House press secretary Sean Spicer in Rhode Island this weekend as he visited the state to promote his new book.  Alex Lombard, who claimed he went to Portsmouth Abbey school with Spicer in the late 1980s and said he called him a racial slur, had to be removed from a book-signing event at Barnes and Noble in Middletown on Friday.  Some protesters were kept away from a signing at the Barrington Books store in Barrington on Saturday, and there were no protests at a follow-up event in Cranston.


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