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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Jeff Ruby Bars Donald Trump From Steakhouse

Jeff Ruby from behind his desk in 2012. Ruby sat down with Mark Collier for a three-part interview that still remains one of FTM's highest clicked stories in its history. 
Restauranteur, Jeff Ruby, has barred Donald Trump from his restaurant as the Republican presidential nominee plans to be in Louisville tonight to prepare for the Kentucky presidential caucus on Saturday, March 5.

Ruby's tweet earlier today:
"Tell @realDonaldTrump he's OJ'ed tonight @TheRealJeffRuby Steakhouse Louisville until apologizing to POWS.Aside from that enjoy our city."

When asked further, Ruby said that Trump also denigrates women, disparaged the disabled and badmouths detractors.

Ruby, famously asked O.J. Simpson to leave his restaurant the night before the Kentucky Derby in 2007 because he said he was sickened by the attention Simpson still attracted.

"I didn't want to serve him because of my convictions of what he's done to those families," he said in an interview with FOX. "The way he continues to torture the lives of those families ... with his behavior, attitude and conduct."

Along with O.J. Simpson and now Donald Trump, Ruby has banned former NBA player, Scottie Pippen, and former Governor Steve Beshear.

Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment owns steakhouses in Louisville as well as Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse, The Precinct and Carlo and Johnny in Cincinnati.

Here's why Ruby banned OJ in 2007

1 comment:

  1. I really don't think the Donald cares and I think Ruby does this for attention.