Be careful what you say about Donald Trump at New York restaurants.

Allan Block of Block Communications — owner of swing-state outlets the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and The Blade of Toledo, Ohio — and his wife, Susan, owner of Vendome Pastry, and friends were dining at white-hot eatery Le Coucou when there was a “mention of the merits of Trump’s performance at the second presidential debate” at the table, a spy said.

“That drew requests from staff to quiet down due to their upsetting vocal support for the nominee,” the spy added.

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Block wondered, “Perhaps it would be OK to speak vocally were it concerning Hillary Clinton’s performance?”

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