FILE - This Tuesday, June 12, 2018, file photo shows the Uber app on a phone in New York. On Monday, July 9, 2018, Uber said it is getting into the scooter-rental business, and is investing in Lime, a startup based in San Mateo, California. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)

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Todd Starnes spoke with Chris Godbey, the executive director of the Young Republican National Federation, who says he and five other Republican campaign volunteers were told by an Uber driver, who disagreed with their conservative politics, to get out of his car after they discussed GOP political issues. The group also contends the driver said to them before driving off, "Welcome to the resistance."

"That kind of rhetoric is just driving a huge wedge into any even cordial conversation being able to happen, and it definitely causes a lot of concerns for me or the security of people who are riding in an Uber is going to be challenged, because they might be left in a strange location, in a foreign city, without any knowledge if this is going to happen when they get into a vehicle," Godbey said.

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