The White House invited a man who said Hillary Clinton should be shot to a bill signing today — then condemned ‘Julius Caesar’
- The White House invited New Hampshire State Rep. Al Baldasaro to Friday’s signing of a veterans’ protection bill.
- Last year, Baldasaro called for then-Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton to be shot by a “firing squad.”
- Later Friday, White House press secretary Sean Spicer condemned the Shakespeare in the Park production of Julius Caesar on Friday, saying the play’s scene of the assassination of Caesar — who was depicted by a character that looked like President Donald Trump — is “troubling.”
- Spicer went on to condemn the “lack of outrage” over the play. Read more (6/23/17)