Tomi Lahren is responding to the infamous hip-hop brunch where the TV host had a drink thrown on her while a crowd of people chanted obscenities at her mother.
Lahren appeared Wednesday morning on "Fox and Friends" and said the entire ordeal was "really disheartening" and "embarrassing for me and my family."
There have been some unlikely celebrities on Lahren's side, including Kathy Griffin who tweeted her support for the host despite not sharing political views. Lahren says, "You don't have to like me, you don't have to like my political opinions, but you don't have the right to throw things at me."
As we reported, Lahren's mother jumped into action when her daughter was attacked while leaving brunch. President Trump tweeted about the incident Wednesday morning and said the conservative pundit is a "truly outstanding and respected young woman!"