The owner of a San Francisco restaurant known for hosting politicians said Senator Bernie Sanders lost his vote in the 2020 presidential election after the Vermont Democrat was "rude and touching" to his servers, he says in a report.
John Constin, who owns 111-year-old John Grill, told Politico that many Democrats were having dinner at his bistro while the Democratic National Committee was in town for a three-day event over the weekend. Constin told Politico that Sanders arrived for dinner with about 15 members of his campaign team and was not pleasant to any of the staff and did not want to shake his hand or take his picture.
SANDERS SLAMS MCWONNELL & # 39; S "COWARDICE" IN FIRA VISIT TO THE INITIAL COUNTRY OF REPUBLICAN
"Everything was very good, except the sly Bernie," Constin told Politico. "I think he was just hungry and didn't want to be a politician. He lost my vote."
The Sanders Campaign did not respond to an email after Fos News for comment after hours. Lee Host, John & # 39; s Grill Contact Media, told the San Francisco Gate that it was uncharacteristic for Constant to speak poorly about the patrons of his restaurant.
"Bernie had to be in a terrible mood," Husmer said. "Everyone in the public eye needs to understand when it's time to order room service."
Constin told Politico that staff were waiting in other Dems, including one big party with California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, California Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had a more enjoyable experience. He describes Pelosi as a "clean class."
John's Grill opened its doors in 1
Click here to get the application of FOX NEWS
Thirteen presidential candidates attended the recent DNC meeting in San Francisco over the weekend. I hope in 2020 Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Has dinner with her staff at the Ayala Restaurant in San Francisco at the Union Hotel when she visits the city in June, the San Francisco Gate announced.
"It was absolutely lovely and went into our kitchen," Ayala general manager Alexandra Lulias told the newspaper. "So free for our staff. She took individual shots with everyone. Just the nicest lady.