Angry crowds confront Republicans in Trump-era town halls
Congressional Republicans have faced angry protests during their first Trump-era town halls. At meeting after meeting across the country over the past few weeks, constituents have turned out in droves to grill their representatives about immigration, Obamacare, climate change, education, jobs and Russia.
By packing auditoriums and preparing tip sheets for audience members, liberals are adopting Tea Party tactics from eight years ago. In response, most congressional Republicans aren’t scheduling in-person town halls this recess.
Here are some highlights from these town hall showdowns.