On February 11th, 2017, Representative Jason Chaffetz of Utah claimed that protestors at his town hall were not his constituents but paid protestors. In response, one of his voters released the invoice she is sending to Chaffetz for her time.
On February 11th, 2017, numerous outlets began reporting that refugees are crossing the border from the US to Canada in light of DT's executive ordering banning travel to the US for visa holders from 7 majority Muslim nations.
On February 11th, 2017, South Dakota lawmaker Wayne H Steinhauer helped kill a bill that would guarantee workplace accommodations for pregnant women such as bathroom breaks, water, and seating, saying, "It's not prison. You can quit."
On February 11th, 2017, protesters in New York City demonstrated in support of Planned Parenthood and in support of immigrants and against deportation activities. The NYPD attacked and arrested protesters despite their peaceful protests.
On February 11th, 2017, in response to legislative proposals to gut collective bargaining agreements between the state and unions representing teachers and other education workers, townhalls across Iowa were packed with teachers demand answers for why lawmakers want to gut the power of the unions.
On February 11th, 2017, North Korea fired a ballistic missile, while DT played golf at Mar-a-Lago for the second weekend in a row, filling his pockets with rooms rented for the Japanese Prime Minister, his wife, and DT's Secret Service and staff. At a news conference shortly after, standing beside Prime Minster Abe, DT stated that he and Abe-san were having a wonderful time but did not mention the situation in North Korea. Shortly after they were dismissed, the press pool was called back, so DT could finally make a statement on North Korea's missile launch. Prime Minster Abe made most of the statements, with DT simply stating that the US stood behind Japan "100%."