WV politicians search for new awards to bolster president’s ego and endear themselves with Trump’s West Virginia base
President Trump apparently has concluded that he will not win the Nobel Peace Prize. According to People:
On Wednesday, Trump, 72, revealed that he does not think he will be honored with the prestigious . . .
A candidate with no ideas
Patrick Morrisey, the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, apparently has nothing to say. For example, Morrisey's last eight Twitter comments are all about President Trump. Earlier today, he retweeted Trump's latest attack on the NFL:
The NFL players are at it again - taking a knee when they should be standing proudly for the . . .
Ohio State scandal and powerful liberals
Intelligencer editorial: Ohio State scandal is “disturbing”
One of this morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer editorials is concerned about what has been uncovered in the investigation of the Ohio State wrestling scandal:
Good for OSU officials for turning over all the rocks they can find. Now, they need to start asking why, . . .
Don Jr. in Charleston to support Morrisey
(photo credit - Charleston Gazette-Mail)
From this morning's Charleston Gazette-Mail:
Donald Trump Jr. joined the West Virginia attorney general on the campaign trail Tuesday in an effort to hitch the latter’s U.S. Senate bid to economic success reported under . . .
On whether he deserves the Nobel Peace Prize
From CNN earlier today:
Trump was asked by a reporter while holding a Cabinet meeting at the White House whether he deserved the honor, to which the President replied with a large smile: "Everyone thinks so, but I would never say it."
In other news -- online dictionary considers posting Jenkins' picture next to definition of "sycophant"
Breaking news from the Evan Jenkins website:
U.S. Representative Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) has nominated President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of his work to end to the Korean War, denuclearize the Korean peninsula, and bring peace to the region.
The definition of "sycophant" from . . .
Not surprisingly, it’s about President Trump
Yesterday afternoon the office of President Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, was raided by federal agents. Documents were seized, and the president reacted angrily. The Associated Press’ first stories on the seizure appear to have gone out shortly after 4 PM. (Here is an early version.) Later that hour, local television news began to . . .