New York Lawyer Who Threatened to Call ICE on Spanish Speakers Insists He's 'Not A Racist'

Aaron Schlossberg, a New York City lawyer who unleashed a racist tirade on workers at a Manhattan Fresh Kitchen when they deigned to speak Spanish in his presence.

In a message posted via his law firm’s Twitter, Schlossberg insisted he is “not racist,” but expressed remorse for his actions.

“Seeing myself online opened my eyes,” he said. “The manner in which I expressed myself is unacceptable and is not the person I am.”

Read the full apology below, via Twitter:


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