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>> As you can imagine, these last three and a half months have been pretty challenging times for me and my family. But if you look at the outpouring of love, of warmth, of prayer, my gosh.
>> You have no idea how great this feels to be back here at work in the people's house.>>
Jennifer and I have been overwhelmed with all of that outpouring, and it's given us the strength to get through all of this, and to get to this point today.>> Scalise, the House majority whip, was said to be on the verge of death when on June 14th, a lone gunman opened fire on members of Congress and staffers as they practiced for the Congressional baseball game.
Scalise telling CBS's 60 Minutes he was shot in the hip and pelvis, which shattered his femur and forced doctors to use steel plates to help him recover.>> And they did a phenomenal job of
building, kind of the, rebuilding Humpty Dumpty. There was a lot of damage inside that had to get fixed.
>> The Louisiana congressman underwent several surgeries, which landed him in intensive care twice before being discharged in July. Scalise will continue outpatient rehabilitation over the next few months.>> I'm definitely a living example that miracles really do