DC bar cited Friday, Saturday for mask violations amid pro-Trump crowds

A D.C. bar frequented by President Trump supporters was fined $2,000 for COVID-19 violations over the weekend as the “Million MAGA March” and allied demonstrations swarmed the nation’s capital.

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A spokesperson with the office that regulates liquor licenses for DC businesses, the Alcohol Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) confirmed for FOX 5 that Harry’s – which the President himself has applauded on his Twitter feed – was fined after being cited on both Friday and Saturday.

The weekend citations included patrons not wearing masks, tables that allegedly weren’t spaced properly and patrons standing while drinking alcohol.

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A photograph taken Saturday afternoon shows a number of Trump supporters gathered outside of the establishment.

Protesters challenging the results of the 2020 election marched throughout D.C. over the weekend in support of President Trump.

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Harry’s was targeted by alcohol regulators in October when the President retweeted a video showing a crowded interior, with few people wearing masks or social distancing.

The ABRA investigations were prompted by a complaint based on in-person observations.