West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey’s PAC among the recipients of campaign money from the two “friends” of Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, who were arrested today
Nothing on our local Ogden papers’ web page but the Charleston Gazette-Mail’s Jake Zukerman and WV Public’s Dave Mistich are covering it
From the Charleston Gazette-Mail:
Two associates of President Donald Trump’s personal attorney have been arrested on charges that they schemed to skirt election laws and funnel foreign money to US politicians, including a PAC that solely exists to support WV AG Patrick Morrisey. https://t.co/luQMWBqtfa— Gazette-Mail (@wvgazettemail) . . .
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Reading today's Intelligencer
A quick summary of today’s morning "Wheeling" newspaper
The front-page features two stories about bridges with three bridge pictures. The front-section article with the largest headline is
Police: 3 Suspected of Killing Witness at Dallas Cop’s Trial
(Why the big headline, or for that matter, the . . .
Note – I am not making this up
From Dave Mistich at West Virginia Public Broadcasting:
The president of a group that opposes abortion rights and LGBTQ protections has announced he is running for U.S. Senate, challenging Republican incumbent Shelley Moore Capito in the May primary election.
The candidate is Allen Whitt, who is current president . . .
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Senator Capito and Republicans weigh-in
Capito: still waiting
From Herald-Mail Media, yesterday:
When asked about the controversy involving President Donald Trump’s telephone conversation with Ukraine’s president, Capito said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s statements in favor of impeachment before any of the supposed evidence surfaced “shows the political . . .
The Wheeling Intelligencer prints only the first 219 words of a 1312-word AP story on the Trump impeachment probe
Last evening, the Associated Press reported the day’s activities by Democratic congressmen investigating the president’s actions in the Ukraine and the Trump administration’s, especially Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s, pushback.
Here is the final Intelligencer paragraph in today's significantly-shortened version of that AP . . .
Today’s front page of the Wheeling Intelligencer features three pictures of construction equipment* that take-up roughly half of the front page. Two of them are connected to a story about the construction of a home improvement store at the Highlands:
Menards Going Up Fast At The Highlands
Okay, one of . . .
Trump, despite everything going on around him, finds time to tweet his concerns about punctuation
This morning from our president:
To show you how dishonest the LameStream Media is, I used the word Liddle’, not Liddle, in discribing Corrupt Congressman Liddle’ Adam Schiff. Low ratings @CNN purposely took the hyphen out and said I . . .