Mike Myer gets his marching orders (with 8/20 update)
Earlier in week, Molly Ball who writes for The Atlantic, received a copy of the Republican talking points following President Trump's news conference about Charlottesville. She explained:
Every day, the White House communications office sends official talking points to Republican members of Congress. These communiqués help the GOP stay . . .
West Virginia's senators
Station WSAZ in Charleston asked our senators about Charlottesville and President Trump's response. While neither mentioned the president, both condemned the actions of the hate groups.
From Senator Manchin:
“Gayle and I extend our deepest sympathies to those who lost their lives this weekend in . . .
From today's Mike Myer column, "Being Selectively Correct," in the Wheeling News-Register:
Not discussed in his column:
the racist statements and violence by the white supremacists
the president's previous rhetoric that may have encouraged violence by some of the rally's supporters
the president's rhetoric after the . . .