He admitted to peeing in her water bottle to investigators—but said it was only because the restaurant was busy.
The president is yet to comment on Saturday’s incident at the Dar Al Farooq mosque.
No one was injured in the explosion, which is being investigated by the FBI’s terrorism task force.
Robert Bennett helped the family of slain motorist Philando Castile win a $3 million settlement.
The former congresswoman claimed people stand by Trump when it comes to immigration.
Protesters blocked a highway in St. Paul after a jury acquitted Yanez of manslaughter for shooting dead Castile during a July 2016 traffic stop.
Dayton appeared to hit his forehead on the lectern as he lost his footing and aides rushed to grab him.
The man wounded up to nine people in a knife attack at a mall in central Minnesota before he was shot dead by an off-duty police officer.
'This incident had nothing to do with the race of the driver. It had everything to do with the presence of a gun,' says Thomas Kelly, who represents Officer Jeronimo Yanez.
The cop wrote, “Yeah. I would have done 5,” apparently referring to the number of times Philando Castile was shot.
The singer performed at at Super Bowl XLI in 2007.
Protesters have occupied the 4th Precinct since Jamar Clark was shot by police on November 15.
Police continue to search for answers in the shooting of five people during a protest Monday night.
Racial tensions have risen in the city since Jamar Clark was shot by police on November 15.
Jamar Clark was allegedly shot by a Minneapolis police officer early Sunday morning.
Activists demand that the police department fire the officers responsible for the shooting and prosecute them accordingly.
Protesters on Monday continued to demand that authorities release the video of the shooting.
The Vikings star had plead no contest to reckless assault charges of injuring his 4-year-old son.
Dozens of people from the Minneapolis-St. Paul area have attempted to travel overseas to support Islamic State or al Shabaab since 2007, including six young men charged Monday.
For six hours beginning on April 9, about 11 million Americans in seven states were left without access to 911 emergency services. The cause was a software glitch.