In the short version of the controversial video, dozens of teenagers wearing MAGA hats appeared to be mocking, taunting and yelling at Omaha elder Nathan Phillips.
While the senator talked to attendees outside a roundtable campaign event, a man came, rolled out a Trump banner and began yelling.
A self-proclaimed "right to life" Brooklyn man told a female U.S. Senator he was "going to put a bullet" in her for criticizing President Donald Trump, federal prosecutors allege.
A border vigilant said he doesn't want the migrants and asylum seekers in the country illegally or legally.
As news of casualties and the devastation caused by a recent spate of forest fires broke last weekend, the president blamed California for the disaster while also threatening to cut federal payments to a state which had overwhelmingly rejected Trump and his party at the polls earlier this month.
A seemingly boozy Trump supporter was booted from an Arizona watering hole after she sported a President Donald Trump-signature MAGA cap.
The lawsuit claimed his First and 14th Amendment rights were violated.
"If you support this president you are either crazy or you're racist. Those are the two boxes! So, Kanye can't be racist, then he's got to be crazy," Pete Hegseth said.
MacKay had two pro-Trump stickers on his bumper, and someone had painted "Trump" on the left side of his truck.
A California high school senior was arrested Monday on battery charges after allegedly stealing a classmate's "hateful" Make America Great Again hat.
New York governor criticized for comments suggesting America was "never that great."
Trump has shown little reluctance about taking advantage of lower Chinese prices when it concerns his own bottom line.
"Ms. Grisham likely engaged in political activity prohibited by law," the watchdog group states in a letter demanding an investigation.
The victim, 16-year-old Hunter Richard, has mixed feelings about the employee's termination.
Restaurant shot to fame after refusing to serve White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Seth Grossman, a "Make America Great Again" candidate who clinched a surprise win last week in South New Jersey's Republican congressional primary, is coming under national scrutiny for saying that "the whole idea of diversity is a bunch of crap and un-American."
One lawmaker called the whole thing a "stupid and ridiculous" hearing, while several others left the room.