“Well, the president’s right, it’s fake news,” the former White House chief of staff said on TV this week.
It’s unclear how, exactly, Baldwin believes the gun discharged without him pulling the trigger.
The suspect’s father bought the gun just four days earlier, on Black Friday.
Four students died and several are in critical condition after a school shooting in Oxford, Michigan.
“I believe in engaging with those we disagree with respectfully, but not when that disagreement is rooted in outright bigotry and hate,” Omar wrote.
Trump reportedly called his allies from the White House, and they spent the night discussing ways to delay the certification of Joe Biden’s victory.
Kylie Kremer, of Women for America First, reportedly told an aide to pick up three burner phones and said it was “of the utmost importance” to use cash.
Cases numbers and hospitalizations are surging, again, as we head into the holiday weekend.
The person of interest in the Christmas parade attack was released on a $1,000 bond two days earlier.
Kyle Rittenhouse, who killed two Black Lives Matter protesters, told Tucker Carlson he supports the Black Lives Matter movement.
“Please pray,” a district school board member said. “My family is safe, but many are not.”