The chief executive of the Boy Scouts found it necessary to apologize for President Donald Trump’s speech July 24 to the organization’s quadrennial jamboree (also attended by Energy Secretary Rick Perry). The apology was a welcome sign that the institutions of a civil society are holding up well, Charles Krauthammer writes.
The chief executive of the Boy Scouts found it necessary to apologize for President Donald Trump’s speech July 24 to the organization’s quadrennial jamboree (also attended by Energy Secretary Rick Perry). The apology was a welcome sign that the institutions of a civil society are holding up well, Charles Krauthammer writes. Steve Helber AP
The chief executive of the Boy Scouts found it necessary to apologize for President Donald Trump’s speech July 24 to the organization’s quadrennial jamboree (also attended by Energy Secretary Rick Perry). The apology was a welcome sign that the institutions of a civil society are holding up well, Charles Krauthammer writes. Steve Helber AP

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