More details have been revealed about the woman who cursed at President Trump as he visited the Capitol Building last week.
Last week, the woman was heard on camera telling Trump, “Mr. President, f*** you!"
The woman has been identified as a 21-year-old congressional summer intern assigned to the office of Sen. Maggie Hassan, a Democrat from New Hampshire. The intern, a college senior, was suspended for one week.
Across the airwaves, there is a growing chorus for civility in the face of the deep divide splitting America as newscasters plead for peace among viewers and politicians.
But the loudest voices on both sides continue to dial up the rhetoric.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) is not backing down from comments she made last week, calling on people to confront Trump administration officials in their private lives.
Senior White House Adviser Stephen Miller is the latest target, with protesters converging on his D.C. apartment building and posting wanted posters that called him a Nazi and a kidnapper.
CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta also found himself under siege at Trump's South Carolina rally Monday night.
"I had an elderly woman just a short while ago come up to me, she came up to me and said that we at CNN should get the f*** out of this auditorium," he said.
Meanwhile, former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is revealing what happened the night his daughter, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, was kicked out of the Red Hen restaurant in Virginia.
"A little known part of this is that after Sarah and her husband left, and the family relocated to across the street, the owner of the restaurant organized people to protest them on the street," he told the Fox Business network Monday.
Huckabee revealed that his daughter was dining with her in-laws.
The Red Hen's owner, who gave Sanders the boot, dodged questions about the event outside her restaurant Tuesday.