California Congresswoman Maxine Waters has canceled two scheduled events due to death threats Officials are supposed to be molested and harassed in public.
"When you see someone from that cabinet in a restaurant, department store, or petrol station, get out and you'll create a crowd and you'll push them back, and you tell them they're not welcome anymore, somewhere "said Waters, a controversial Democrat who had previously been cheered with Trump, at a rally.
Fellow Californian and Congressional Democrat leader Nancy Pelosi joined the Republicans in calling Waters back with politeness.
But President Donald Trump chalked the setback by Twitter that "Waters, an extraordinarily low IQ human" had "only harmed followers, of whom there are many, the Make America Great Again Movement. "
" Be careful what you wish for Max! " Trump closed.
While Waters had called for a rally to harass officials in the Trump administration, she did not go so far as to call her backers to hurt individual Trump supporters.
"As the President continues to lie and falsely claim that I have encouraged people to attack his supporters, and at the same time make a veiled threat that I should be careful," send more people (threats) and send hostile mail in mine Waters said in a statement, "Waters said in a statement,
Waters said the authorities are considering" a very serious threat of death "and several other threats, which she also called" very serious, "in which" persons threatened to shoot, lynch, or inflict severe personal injury. "
But Waters only mentioned an increase in death threats and made it clear that she was receiving death threats all the time, CNN reported.
Waters comments Press secretary Sarah Sanders was thrown out of a restaurant and several other Trump government officials were publicly confronted with anger over Trump's previous policy of separating and imprisoning families at the border.