CEOs began announcing their resignations after Trump’s first comments about the violence Saturday in Charlottesville.
Gov. Roy Cooper released an op-ed Tuesday afternoon where in calls for the removal of all Confederate monuments on state property.
Trump is calling those protesters the “alt-left.”
Sen. Tommy Tucker (R-Union), sponsored the original bill in 2015 and said it is about protecting history.
Senate Rules Committee Chairman Bill Rabon made the comments Monday about the driver immunity bill that passed the House in April.
His remarks come after the president came under fire for the way he handled Charlottesville.
Scaramucci conceded, however, that no one is ultimately going to “change the president” and his way of thinking.
CBS North Carolina wants to know: Should Confederate symbols like, flags, building names and monuments be removed or preserved?
President Trump said Friday that U.S. military solutions against North Korea are now “locked and loaded.”
He said he’d be drawing up documents to formalize the declaration soon.