Defense attorneys for Jarrod Ramos, who shot and killed five people in the Capital Gazette newsroom, argued he suffers from mental illness.
Editorial boards across the country published blistering columns calling for the president's immediate departure following the Capitol riot.
Jarrod Ramos, accused of killing five newspaper employees in June 2018, is asserting Maryland's version of an insanity defense.
The U.S. president lightly suggested "get[ting] rid of" journalists.
The Capital Gazette was given a special citation for its coverage and courage in the face of a massacre in its own newsroom.
Multiple news outlets won awards for coverage of mass shootings in their communities, including the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
The Maryland media company published a newspaper the morning after a gunman killed five of its staffers.
The president tweeted his contempt for the media again, complaining "the press has never been more dishonest."
Photojournalist Joshua McKerrow told NPR that his colleagues are “never going back to the old newsroom.”
"Wendi was no ones enemy."