A judge bounced a lawsuit filed by man who alleged he was thrown out of a Manhattan bar for wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, rejecting the argument that the bar patron was discriminated against on the basis of creed.

Gregory Piatek, a Philadelphia accountant, said he went to The Happiest Hour in the West Village to tie one on with friends after visiting the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. He was wearing the iconic red hat that President Donald Trump made famous.

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