A man who appears to be a Bernie SandersBernie SandersFormer Gillibrand aide wins NY House primary Sanders-backed candidate wins NY House primary The Trail 2016: 11 hours, 800 pages, 0 changed minds MORE supporter has been reported to the Secret Service after trying to leave an obituary notice for Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonAmbassador's sister: I don't blame Clinton for Benghazi Clinton to Trump supporters: 'Don’t look for easy answers' Seven key findings in the Benghazi report MORE in a Nevada newspaper.
The man, who identified himself as Don Schubert, filed the obituary notice Friday with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the newspaper reported.
The notice listed Clinton’s date of death as Saturday — the day of the Nevada Democratic presidential caucuses.
He was asked to leave the building and was later reported to the Secret Service by the Review-Journal.
The man was seen leaving the newspaper’s parking lot in a maroon Toyota Prius with several Sanders campaign stickers, and the newspaper said he was wearing a Sanders sticker on his shirt.
The official Sanders campaign website also lists “Don Schubert’s House” in Long Beach, Calif., as a volunteer phone bank site, the Review-Journal reported.
Contacted the by Review-Journal on Friday evening, Schubert said he had been contacted by a Secret Service agent, who said he could be arrested but that the agency was not planning to do so.
He also said the obituary was an attempt at “political humor.”