Michigan congressman goes public on PTSD from US Capitol attack

DETROIT — U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee has been seeing a therapist to help him with PTSD resulting from the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, the Michigan congressman told MSNBC. Kildee's decision to go public about his experience drew plaudits from those who see it as a huge step forward in removing stigma from mental health issues. Kildee, a Democrat, was trapped inside the House chamber as a pro-Trump mob tried to force its way inside the chamber while Capitol police barricaded the doors and took other steps to try to prevent such a breach. One police officer and one rioter were killed in the atta...