Not so tough as he whines to be left alone


THE FOR­EIGNER-hat­ing lawyer caught spew­ing his xeno­pho­bic bile in a vi­cious vi­ral video said nada Thurs­day when con­fronted about his im­mi­grant­bash­ing.

Aaron Schloss­berg, cow­er­ing be­hind an over­sized umbrella, called the cops Thurs­day rather than an­swer ques­tions about his foul-mouthed tirade in a Mid­town restau­rant.

“Please send help,” Schloss­berg told po­lice af­ter a Daily News reporter and pho­tog­ra­pher ap­proached him out­side his Man­hat­tan apart­ment build­ing.

“They’re yelling, they’re claim­ing things that aren’t true,” whined Schloss­berg, a Re­pub­li­can and donor to Pres­i­dent Trump’s campaign.

“They’re grab­bing my per­sonal items ... De­fam­ing me. I can’t even move, be­cause they’re block­ing me. I’m cor­nered.”

The im­promptu morn­ing me­dia ses­sion sig­naled the start of an­other bad day for the re­ally bad guy.

The acid-tongued at­tor­ney was barred from en­ter­ing his Madi­son Ave. of­fice build­ing, and his law as­so­ciate Cather­ine Lys­ter va­moosed from the com­pany web­site.

Gone were her photo and pro­fes­sional bio as the back­lash con­tin­ued to swell against the coarse coun­selor.

Schloss­berg, af­ter flee­ing Man­hat­tan in a yel­low cab, ap­peared at a court hear­ing in Queens. He ig­nored a reporter’s ques­tions there as well.

Gov. Cuomo chimed in, tweet­ing at Schloss­berg in Span­ish and link­ing to a Daily News story about the lawyer.

“You don’t know what it’s like to be a real Amer­i­can,” wrote Cuomo, who added the English trans­la­tion.The lawyer is not yet charged with any crime be­cause no one has filed a com­plaint with the NYPD, a source said.

Schloss­berg, 42, wore a black ski cap, tai­lored blue suit, white shirt and a striped tie as he dodged re­porters out­side his West Side build­ing, ig­nor­ing ques­tions for more than 10 min­utes.

“Ow!” he in­ex­pli­ca­bly howled at one point as if in­jured, shak­ing his head be­fore walk­ing away un­harmed.

The no­to­ri­ous racist in­ex­pli­ca­bly shot cell-phone video of the me­dia even while march­ing along W. 60th St. on a rainy morn­ing. No ar­rests were made de­spite his un­founded com­plaints.

The land­lords at his Madi­son Ave. of­fice build­ing made it clear that Schloss­berg was per­sona non grata af­ter his oft-viewed out­burst.

“Ef­fec­tive im­me­di­ately, Aaron M. Schloss­berg will no longer be al­lowed ac­cess,” read a let­ter printed in all caps and posted Thurs­day af­ter­noon out­side 275 Madi­son Ave.

“We’ve de­cided to ter­mi­nate his agree­ment with us,” said Hayim Grant, pres­i­dent of Cor­po­rate Suites, the com­pany that op­er­ates the fa­cil­ity that Schloss­berg used for his law busi­ness.

“His ac­tions don’t fall in line with our be­liefs and our com­mu­nity. We’re a di­verse com­mu­nity of global busi­nesses that have mu­tual re­spect for each other. We don’t be­lieve any­one should be dis­crim­i­nated against based on the lan­guage they speak.”

Schloss­berg — who used the space for client meet­ings — had ear­lier de­nied he was evicted.

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