Major League Baseball offers prayers ahead of congressional game

"He shot at Steve Scalise, our second baseman".

Rep. Mo Brooks, (R-Alabama), lauded the bravery of the two Capitol Police officers, saying that despite being wounded, they returned fire in an effort to protect the congressmen.

"For the grace of God, and the aim of ... our Capitol Police officers shooting back, you know, I'd be with Steve Scalise in a hospital someplace along with some of our other people", Brooks said. "An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us", Ryan said, drawing a bipartisan standing ovation.

"As with any constitutional provision in the bill of rights, there are adverse aspects to each of those rights that we enjoy as people", he said. "You can tell. You can recognize many of us".

She survived, but six people were killed.

"It is that humanity which will win the day, and it always will".

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The FBI has taken control of the crime scene, which is located some 7 miles away from the White House in Washington, D.C.

Williams said his colleagues heroically tended to injured players, which included his aide Zach Barth. According to the event's website, Senate and House members from each party play against each other and raise money for a Washington, DC, area charity.

"And so I prayed for Barack Obama, and now I continue to pray for him. I pray for Donald Trump, that his presidency will be successful and that his family will be safe".

Members of Congress were practicing for a game that was scheduled for Thursday night at Nationals Park.

In October 2011, he applauded the Occupy Wall Street protesters in NY and Boston, writing that the demonstrators "are exhausted of our do-nothing Congress doing nothing while our country is going down the tubes".

Doyle went on to say that both parties should continue to work on their own agendas, but to "do it in a more civil way". A law enforcement source said the suspect was taken to George Washington University Hospital and there was no information on a motive.

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House Speaker Paul Ryan announced those that were wounded in the shooting during his address to Congress, Wednesday.

Texas Rep. Roger Williams, who coaches the GOP team, said that one of his aides, Zack Barth, was shot, but "is doing well and is expected to make a full recovery".

That resident, Benjamin Childers, added, "We had three members of Congress [who] took shelter in our apartment". He was listed in critical condition after the operation.

Lawmakers who spoke at the scene to reporters described a normal morning practice, at a field where they've practiced for years, when suddenly shots rang out.

Politicians called for a new dialogue on lowering the partisan temperature and Mr Trump urged Americans to come together as he assumed the role of national unifier for one of the first times in his presidency.

The Illinois man who shot a top Republican congressman and several other people Wednesday while they practiced baseball outside the nation's capital had several minor run-ins with the law in recent years and belonged to a Facebook group called "Terminate the Republican Party".

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The NRA's slogan, that "the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is with a good guy with a gun", deserves rethinking. "We know each other's arguments, and we know nothing's going to happen".

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