Nancy Mace’s first 100 hours in Congress: threats, violence and challenging Trump

By Jennifer Berry Hawes and Thomas Novelly, in The Charleston Post and Courier

Four people had lost their lives at the time. A woman had been shot and killed right outside the House chamber. More than 50 officers were injured, including several who were hospitalized. One would later die. 

Furious tears filled Mace’s eyes.

She had arrived in D.C. as a Trump supporter. Now, she thought, members of her own party had caused this.

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