Passengers who claim they didn’t attack Ivanka but bragged they were going to, have serious anti-Trump history

The husband of the man who verbally attacked Ivanka Trump on Thursday has a long history of anti-Trump activities.

Matthew Lasner, who bragged that his husband Dan Goldstein was going to harass Trump before he deleted that tweet, has participated in anti-Trump marches and used social media to complain about the president-elect.

The day after Donald Trump won the presidential election Lasner took to Twitter to ask who was going to march against the new president-elect.

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Days later he posted a video of himself in a #NotMyPresident march.

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He followed that with the ridiculous assertion that Trump was going to start internment camps.

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Lasner, whose website shows he is a published author with a focus on affordable housing, also used Instagram to express his contempt for Trump and other Republicans.

In one photo Lasner shows himself next to a sign, presumably for a protest, that read “RESIST! Autocracy. RISE UP!”

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But perhaps the most disturbing is a picture from the Hunter College professor, of a student walking on campus wearing a Reagan / Bush ’84 shirt unbeknownst to the student he ridiculed.

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Lasner has since deleted his social media accounts.

Dan Goldstein, the man who verbally assaulted Ivanka and her kids, is remaining tight-lipped since the incident went viral. TMZ caught up with Goldstein, but couldn’t get him to comment:

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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