VIDEO: Ken Cuccinelli denies fleeing DC bar due to verbal assault by former Dem governor

NOVEMBER 30, 2019

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Acting Deputy Homeland Security Secretary Ken Cuccinelli contradicted a claim that he “retreated” from a bar in Washington, D.C., as former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley hurled expletives at him and attacked the Trump administration.

“I didn’t leave there,” Cuccinelli told Fox News host Charles Payne on Saturday. “He physically confronted me, and I walked by him but I found my classmates from Gonzaga in the Dubliner [pub] and had my Guiness and had another Guiness.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Cucinelli said that when he walked into the Dubliner, he heard “screaming and cursing” from a section of the bar. He initially ignored the outburst, but said he later turned around to see O’Malley, a Democrat, with his “veins bulging from his neck, screaming and yelling.”

The Washington Post had published a report Thursday evening, quoting a witness who claimed Cuccinelli “retreated” after O’Malley “drove him out.” O’Malley reportedly challenged Cuccinelli to a fight.

LISTEN in the video below to Cuccinelli’s side of the story:

Washington Post reporter Paul Kane claimed the exchange was a “near brawl.”

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