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Watch President Donald Trump recognize first responders to Rep. Scalise shooting

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House Majority Whip Steve Scalise — who was critically wounded in a shooting at a baseball practice on June 14 — was discharged on Wednesday from a Washington hospital.

President Trump on Thursday afternoon will recognize first responders to Scalise.

The 51-year-old House majority whip was among five people wounded after the gunman opened fire at a congressional baseball practice. The gunman was shot by police and later died.

Two U.S. Capitol Police officers – who House Speaker Paul Ryan identified as Crystal Griner and David Bailey – were wounded in the attack.

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Wounded GOP Rep. Steve Scalise's condition improves to fair
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Scalise discharged from hospital, beginning rehabilitation

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