For John, BLUF: I don't think we want businesses rejecting customers on political grounds. Nothing to see here; just move along.
From The Boston Globe, by Reporter Janelle Nanos, 26 June 2018.
I guess it's OK. Although once the person or party has been seated it seems not just rude, but also a sign of incompetence. How did they get past the person seating people?
On the other hand, if one is looking for political theater the time with the most drama is best.
On the other other hand, you throw out A, not realizing her cousin, B, is your lawyer in your divorce case and in court B tells the judge she can no longer represent you because you are an Un-American slimeball and an admirer of L. Beria. Awkward.
You want more Trump? This is how you get more Trump.
Regards — Cliff