GOP congressman accused of assaulting reporter creates stir on first day

Montana’s newest and most famous Republican House member created a stir on his first day at work.

Representative Gianforte, who is better known as the GOP candidate who pleaded guilty of assaulting a news reporter last month, said hello to his fellow Republican House members by quoting President Trump.

What he said and why some Republicans booed at him is explained by Harlan Hill in this DML News Alert:

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