President Trump reaches into his suit jacket on Aug. 15 to read a quote he had made three days earlier about the violence between white nationalists and protesters in Charlottesville, Va. A Charlotte-area evangelical leader says he will continue to serve on a presidential advisory council despite discomfort with Trump’s initial comments on the clash.
President Trump reaches into his suit jacket on Aug. 15 to read a quote he had made three days earlier about the violence between white nationalists and protesters in Charlottesville, Va. A Charlotte-area evangelical leader says he will continue to serve on a presidential advisory council despite discomfort with Trump’s initial comments on the clash. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
President Trump reaches into his suit jacket on Aug. 15 to read a quote he had made three days earlier about the violence between white nationalists and protesters in Charlottesville, Va. A Charlotte-area evangelical leader says he will continue to serve on a presidential advisory council despite discomfort with Trump’s initial comments on the clash. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

Evangelical leader stays on Trump advisory council despite Charlottesville response

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