A man opened fire on Republican lawmakers practicing for a charity baseball game, wounding a senior U.S. House member and three other people. The man appears to have been motivated by position to President Trump and Republican policies (link).
Several New Jersey yearbook photos were censored to remove pro-Trump messages on t-shirts worn by students. The censorship occurred without any notification to the students and the shirts did not violate any school policies (link).
Fourteen people were arrested on Sunday in Portland as part of a counter-protest against a pro-Trump and pro-Free Speech rally in Portland, Oregon. Despite being seperated by a “wall of police” counter-protestors from organizations such as ANTIFA threw glass bottles, bricks and balloons of “foul-smelling liquid” at officers and Trump supporters (link).
A comedian who posted a photo online holding a severed head that resembled that of President Donald Trump has been dropped by CNN (link).
The Justice Department on Wednesday named former FBI Director Robert Mueller to serve as special counsel investigating Russia’s alleged involvement in the 2016 presidential election, including any possible involvement of President Donald Trump’s campaign in that effort (link).
A woman in Tennessee was arrested for following Rep. David Kustoff and then screaming at him and attacking his vehicle when he stopped driving. She was angry with his vote on the healthcare bill (link).
The FBI arrested a Tuscon school district employee for threatening to kill U.S. Rep. Martha McSally. According to statements he disagreed with her positions supporting President Trump (link).