The New York attorney tried to ignominy after a video showed that he made xenophobic comments on a deli for Tuesday in a short statement saying that the video did not show "the real one".
Aaron Schlossberg said that he regretted the hurt he had caused, apologize for the way he expressed himself and said he was not a racist but did not stop discussing specifically about his remarks.
"To the people I insulted, sorry," wrote Schlossberg in a statement posted to Twitter and LinkedIn. "To see me online opened my eyes ̵
He said that he loved New York for its diversity and "because of immigrants and the diversity of cultures that immigrants bring to the country".  The video became a sense of social media last week among the polarizing national debate on race, identity and immigration that has hugged so much since President Trump's choice.
Schlossberg told a manager at a deli in Manhattan because the staff spoke Spanish to customers "when they were to speak English," he said. He threatened to call the immigration authorities on the employees, claiming that they had no evidence in addition to the language they spoke of not being legally resident in the country.
"My guess is that they are not documented, so my next call is that ICE to have each of them kicked out of my country," he said. "If they have the balls to come here and live my money, I'll pay for their well-being. I pay for their ability to be here. The least they can do – the least they can do-is to speak English."
Schlossberg was immediately subject to infamy on social media and in the news. New York reporters persecuted him, confronted him as he hid under an umbrella, under the appearance of a townhouse and on the street. But he refused to answer his questions or apologize for his statements. And video appeared as other other organizations said depicting him in previously heated political confrontations: cursed and shouting in a perfectly-connected protest, shouting on protesters while wearing a "Make America great again" hat in front of Trump Tower calling a stranger , a YouTube vlogger, a "ugly … alien" with an exploration thrown in.
And many noticed that his website notes that he speaks Spanish and also has a telephone service set up to serve potential customers in Spanish as well as other languages, an irony that was not lost on many commentators.
Schlossberg, whose website says that he has a trade and insurance law expertise, was also focused on a complaint filed by two democratically elected officials, rep Adriano Espaillat and Bronx Borough, President Ruben Diaz Jr., who said they believed as a lawyer, he deserved to be reprimanded by the court system for the behavior described in the video.
The New York State Court's rules on professional practice provide that lawyers can have consequences for various types of irregularities, including engaging in behavior which harms the judiciary "which indicates or implies the ability to adversely influence any legislative or public authority, discriminating in hiring, promoting or determining other employment problems in law and engaging in any other behavior which negatively reflects the suitability of the lawyer as lawyer. "