Greg Gianforte

Republican Rep. Greg Gianforte admitted to body-slamming a reporter on the eve of winning a 2017 special election.
The freshman congressman spent heavily to secure his re-election, lending his campaign $1 million in the closing weeks.
The GOP lawmaker appears to revert to his old claim that he didn't start the fight — which he admitted in a guilty plea.
"If you took any photo of Trump’s aides and added Clemenza from 'The Godfather,' no one would notice."
The CNN host also asked why Donald Trump always praises bullies and punks?
"This is exactly why my father won," said President Donald Trump's second son.
Press organizations denounced the president for his "my kind of guy" endorsement of a Republican's body-slam attack.
The president tested out a new hashtag, but it didn't go as planned.
The president's comments were criticized as "shocking and chilling."
“He’s a great guy, a tough cookie,” the president said of GOP Rep. Greg Gianforte.
Congressional candidate John Heenan says the local news giant is abusing its power and taking advantage of journalists.
The local TV news giant is making no effort to conceal its conservative bias.
"Let's have a ball and build a wall!" says a promo for the Montana event.
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Rep. Greg Gianforte had gone to court in an effort not to give up his prints and mug shot.
"This needs to stop," Ben Jacobs said at the sentencing of Greg Gianforte.