Recent condemnations of the president by GOP leaders have been harsher, more frequent and sometimes more personal. They are caught between disgust over his failure to unequivocally condemn neo-Nazism, a desire to advance a conservative agenda and fears of rupturing the Trump-GOP coalition ahead of the 2018 elections.
The announcement came after three of the five honorees for the arts awards said they would boycott a White House reception over the president’s handling of Charlottesville.
Drowned out by the counter-demonstrators, the handful of rally attendees concluded their event without speeches from planned speakers.
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“The president has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability nor some of the competence that he needs to demonstrate in order to be successful.”
— Bob Corker (Tenn.)
“President Trump is the greatest thing that’s happened to this country. I consider it a Biblical miracle that he’s there.”
— Luther Strange (Ala.)
“There is no moral equivalence between those who are inciting hate and division and those who took to the streets to make it clear that those views are unacceptable.”
— Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)
“I give all public officials kind of a little bit of slack in terms of not necessarily saying the perfect thing.”
— Ron Johnson (Wis.)
“I’m worried.”
— Susan Collins (Maine)
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The Fix
Take a look at how various senators have responded to Trump's overall rhetoric since he was inaugurated, and gauge how they have reacted to the president's comments on the Charlottesville protests.
The Intersect
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At the funeral for state police Lt. H. Jay Cullen, Gov. Terry McAuliffe paid tribute to the man who flew him and his family.
Inside St. Paul’s Memorial Church, some 600 people gathered to sing hymns and pray. Less than a mile away, about 300 white nationalists gathered for a march they intended to be seen as a show of force.
Washington is still mixing and matching defensive players in the run-up to tonight's game.
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Democrats said the removal of the White House chief strategist isn’t enough to change the president’s agenda.
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