CNN anchor Don Lemon calls out Trump
After a Michigan man allegedly made threatening calls to CNN's Atlanta headquarters, the CNN anchor spoke out, saying President Trump's rhetoric is to blame.
Chaos ensued in the government in the frantic hours that followed when there were competing claims of who was next in command.
One out of the release of the gunman who tried to assassinate president Ronald Reagan back in 1981. John Hinckley junior a free man tonight with conditions here's ABC's Devin Dwyer. Tonight John Hinckley junior beginning a new chapter scene here outside his mother's Virginia home. Free 35 years
Out to the man who tried to assassinate president Ronald Reagan back in 1981 this morning he's a free man. John Hinckley junior release from a psychiatric hospital for good this time now living with his mom in Williamsburg Virginia. And ABC news senior legal correspondent Sonny Hostin is here with
The man who shot President Ronald Reagan left a Washington mental hospital for good on Saturday, more than 35 years after the shooting. A federal judge ruled in late July that the 61-year-old John Hinckley Jr . is not a danger to himself or the public and can live full-time at his mother's home in
In a Facebook post directed at the Republican presidential candidate , Ronald Reagan's daughter blasted Donald's Trump's "glib and horrifying comment" on the Second Amendment . "I am the daughter of a man who was shot by someone who got his inspiration from a movie," the post begins, referring to
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John Hinckley Jr., who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has been granted full-time convalescent leave and will be released from St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C. , where he has been in treatment. U.S. District Judge Paul Friedman of Washington granted the leave, which will begin as
April 28, 1983: Barbara Walters interviews the parents of John Hinckley, Jr. for ABC's "20/20."