'Excellent' prognosis for legislator hurt in shooting

Remigio Civitarese
Giugno 18, 2017

Some have suggested using federal money to provide security cameras in their offices, while others spoke of a need for protection when groups of them appear in public.

A former congressman who formerly held the seat now held by Scalise says his condition is serious.

The shooting has raised questions about lawmakers' security, renewed the nation's contentious debate over guns and drawn new attention to the harsh rhetoric that reflects America's political polarization. Price wouldn't answer yes or no.

Outside Washington, the venom was flowing too.

Hodgkinson, a Belleville, Illinois, home inspector who had been living out of his van near the park, had a social media page filled with criticism of Republicans and the Trump administration. The odds on favorite are usually the Democrats because of Louisiana Democrat Cedric Richmond. "There's no other reason for what happened". If the shooter only got his news from (liberal talk show host) Rachel Maddow and the lies are pushed by just one side, you have to say what this is. "And you have to say Alexandria is a crystal clear result of all these lies".

Rep. Tom MacArthur canceled meetings to go to Thursday night's Congressional Baseball Game for Charity, one of many lawmakers who made a special effort in response to the shooting Wednesday morning at the Republican team's practice.

Hodgkinson died after being shot by police. "I think Dems will win the baseball game, but I think everyone wins tonight".

One of the first things that a surgeon would determine when treating a patient with a bullet wound to the hip is which direction the bullet traveled across the body, Evans said.

While it's anyone's guess how long the camaraderie continues, Republicans and Democrats have been making efforts to come together following Wednesday's shooting. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was seen hugging Trump-appointed Labor Secretary Elaine Chao.

"I would argue that the president is at least - is partially - again, not in any way totally but partially to blame for demons that have been unleashed", said South Carolina Rep. Mark Sanford in an interview on MSNBC.

He noted in an apparent reference to Trump that "I never had confrontations and fights at my rallies".

"We'll just do an initial surgery to go in, stop the bleeding, control any contamination, and then once the patient has been stabilized and is out of shock, the patient will be brought back to the operating room to finish the operation", Hunt said. And he had this really emotional moment talking about the moment that they saw each other after the shooting. Tim Kaine and Mark Warner, passed the Senate. The bill was a bipartisan slap at Trump as it seeks to punish Russian Federation for interfering in the USA elections and for Moscow's involvement in Ukraine and Syria.

Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., aptly reflected that in his comments to the House afterward, urging his colleagues to remember the image of congressional Democrats praying for the wounded Republican and declaring, "An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us". Sanders said he denounced the violence "in the strongest possible terms". Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, not only blamed Trump, but blamed "fake news" outlets, which he said include the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Examiner. "We are all on the same team".

"I can show you messages and stuff that were much worse than this guy's Facebook posts", said Rep. Kenny Marchant, R-Texas, referring to the assailant in Wednesday's shooting.

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