President Trump spoke from the White House on Wednesday afternoon, denouncing the bomb scares targeting several prominent Democrats, including the families of former Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, former CIA Director John Brennan, billionaire Democratic donor George Soros, Rep. Maxine Waters and CNN, before returning to the campaign trail in support of Wisconsin Republicans. The New York Times reports that Trump reverted to partisanship as usual, but in a noticeably softer tone of voice. His trip to Wisconsin was his 38th campaign-style rally since assuming the presidency, where he managed to incorporate jabs at the news media and Democrats, but called for Americans to “come together in peace and harmony.” Trump’s denunciation of political violence comes after he lauded freshman Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte at a rally in Missoula for assaulting journalist Ben Jacobs in May of 2017.Bi