Capital Gazette: "We won't forget being called an enemy of the people"

Three women marching at vigil.
Andrea Chamblee (center), wife of shooting victim and reporter John McNamara, marches in the vigil. Photo: Calla Kessler/The Washington Post via Getty Images

The Capital Gazette published a letter of appreciation Sunday thanking the local community for its support — in the form of cards, letters, emails, food, and flowers —after five employees from the Annapolis newspaper were killed in a mass shooting.

However, its staff also wrote that the paper will never forget the influx of "death threats and emails from people we don’t know celebrating our loss." And, in an apparent dig at President Trump, the staff also wrote that they "won’t forget being called an enemy of the people."