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Rep. Maxine Waters sparked much controversy last week when she asked people to confront Trump administration officials whenever they were in public. Now, the Californian Democrats reportedly canceled events in Texas and Alabama for "a serious death threat" against them.
Waters' call for protests against government officials was made in restaurants during intense debates last week, according to some Trump employees In the UK, the government's "zero tolerance" migration policy took place.
The White House spokeswoman, Sarah Sanders, was asked to leave a restaurant in Virginia. In separate incidents, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstenen Nielsen and Advisor Stephen Miller were confronted in Mexican restaurants in Washington, DC
Susan Davis of NPR earlier this week reported on Waters' confrontation: ['19659011] & # 39; "If you think we're getting together now, you have not seen anything yet." Rep. Maxine Waters, D "Calif," said supporters at a rally in Los Angeles over the weekend. "If you see someone from the [Trump] cabinet in a restaurant, a department store, a petrol station, you go out and you make a crowd and you push them back, and you tell them they're not welcome anymore. A video of her remarks was posted on Twitter on Sunday. "
Her remarks drew a response from President Trump, who on Monday tweeted her as" an exceptionally low IQ human "and warned : Be careful what you want for Max! "
Congressman Maxine Waters, a person of exceptionally low IQ, has become the face of Democrats along with Nancy Pelosi, who has just damaged the followers, of whom there are many, be careful what you wish for Max !
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 25, 2018
CNN reported Thursday that Waters said in a statement that President Trump targeted them on Twitter, "More people are leaving threats and threats Send hostile mail to my office. "
" On Monday there was a very serious death threat against me from a person in Texas, which is why my scheduled lectures in Texas and Alabama were "This weekend has been canceled," Waters said in the statement.
"This is just one of several serious threats that the United States Capitol Police investigates in which individuals shoot, lynch, or threaten me with serious personal injury," the statement said
NPR has not independently confirmed the statement ,
While the details of the Texas event were not immediately known, Waters had planned to speak Friday at the National Legislative Conference of the National Organization (NOBEL) Women in Birmingham, Ala. The event was billed as "NOBEL Women presents a moment with Maxine".
The organization's president, Karen Camper, told the Alabama news site AL.com that Waters had canceled her appearance due to security concerns.