Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday called on Rep. Maxine Waters to apologize for urging supporters to “confront” and “harass” top Trump officials in restaurants and other public places.
“There is no place for this. She obviously should apologize,” Ryan told reporters at the Capitol.
“When we, in this democracy, are suggesting that because we disagree with each other’s political views and policy views and philosophical views, that we should resort to violence and harassment and intimidation, that’s dangerous for our society, that’s dangerous for our democracy,” Ryan continued. “She should apologize and there is just no place for that in our public discourse.”
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