It's interesting that he states "it's a free country", when he obviously doesn't believe that.....
‘It’s a free country’: Sean Spicer shrugs off viral Apple Store confrontation
White House press secretary Sean Spicer is shrugging off his encounter with a woman who confronted him in an Apple Store over the weekend — saying he doesn’t mind fielding critical questions from the public, even when they’re sprung on him in a checkout line.
“I interact with individuals all day long,” Spicer said at his daily press briefing on Monday. “Ninety-nine percent of them are pleasant, even with people who may not agree with our philosophy, our programs or whatever. But it’s a free country, and the beauty of it is that people can act how they want, no matter how that’s interpreted. And as long as they stay on the right side of the First Amendment, we’re good.”
Shree Chauhan approached Spicer in the Washington store Saturday afternoon and began filming him as she fired off a series of critical questions at the top White House spokesman.
“How does it feel to work for a fascist?” Chauhan asked. “How do you feel about destroying the country?”
“You work for a fascist,” Chauhan continued. “Do you feel good about lying to the American people?”
Spicer thanked her for her questions, saying: “Such a great country that allows you to be here.”