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House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) celebrates with fellow Congressional Republicans after passage of sweeping tax overhaul legislation on the South Lawn of the White House

‘A hell of a way to lose weight’: Trump calls out congressman wounded in shooting during tax bill victory speech

President Donald Trump congratulated Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise for his contributions to the passage of the Republican tax bill during his speech Wednesday.
Republican Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana.

Rep. Steve Scalise: Las Vegas shooting ‘fortified’ my view on the 2nd Amendment

Rep. Steve Scalise, who on Thursday returned to the House floor after being shot this summer, said the Las Vegas shooting "fortified" his stance on gun control.
Steve Scalise.

Congressman wounded in baseball-field shooting makes emotional return: I’m a ‘living example that miracles really do happen’

Steve Scalise returned to Congress on Thursday after recovering from being shot in his hip at a congressional baseball practice in June.
Rep. Steve Scalise and his wife, Jennifer Scalise, speak with "60 Minutes."

Steve Scalise speaks out for first time since shooting: It was like ‘rebuilding Humpty Dumpty’

Rep. Steve Scalise said that the doctors who cared for him after he was shot at a congressional baseball team practice did a "phenomenal job."

GOP congressman who witnessed baseball shooting uses audio of gunshots in controversial campaign ad

Rep. Mo Brooks launched a campaign advertisement using audio from a recent shooting that left Republican staffers and members of congress wounded.

The congressional baseball shooter was reportedly an abusive alcoholic in a volatile home

James Hodgkinson's foster daughter told a judge in 2006 that Hodgkinson drank everyday and was verbally and physically abusive.

Jake Tapper presses Bernie Sanders after congressional shooting on whether his ‘revolution’ rhetoric encourages violence

Jake Tapper asked Sanders whether his calls for political "revolution" to remake the American economic system could be misinterpreted as a call for violence.