He says he has been considering lowering the flags himself, but the Democratic congressman and his wife talked him out of it, saying protocol should be followed.
Five employees of the newspaper were killed Thursday when a gunman with a grudge against the newspaper shot them in the newsroom.
"To not lower the flag unfortunately says a lot about the president's view of the members of the media".
"I want to just remember what a wonderful person Rob was and what a great, wonderful, selfless life he led", said Cowherd, one of several speakers who addressed the crowd assembled beneath a large white tent.
Out-Of-Control County Fire Grows To 44,500 Acres
In Colorado, more than 2,500 homes were under evacuation orders as firefighters battle more than a half-dozen wildfires. The homes that are threatened about 80 miles (129 kilometres) southeast of Salt Lake City are not primary residences.
Mexico's World Cup ends with loss to Brazil
Neymar was the architect, crossing for Firmino, who is becoming something of a "supersub" for Brazil , to tap the ball home. Until that moment, it had looked like his would be a story of good Neymar-of what he brings to the game that is positive.
Though Trump publicly called the Capital Gazette shooting a "horrible, frightful event" and expressed support for the victims, in private he has told associates that he believes that what he called "the fake news" would blame him and his fiercely anti-press rhetoric for sparking the shooting, according to a report by The Daily Beast.
Trump has ordered American flags be lowered to half-staff for almost every fatal mass shooting that's received national attention since coming into office, including the attacks at US schools in recent months.
He is accused of entering the Capital Gazette office, firing through a glass door with a 12-gauge shotgun, hunting for victims and spraying the newsroom with gunfire as reporters hid under desks and begged for help on social media.
Hiaasen said her husband's care for people and his character was reflected in the stories he wrote.
The Sun said the letters were dated June 28, the day of the shootings.
In an interview earlier Monday with the Capital newspaper, Buckley said he was disappointed to hear that his request would not be honored.
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for the man charged with killing five employees at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis.
"One thing that I do feel now is that he can no longer silence me".
Some have also pointed out that President Obama also faced criticism in 2015 for failing to quickly issue a proclamation that the flag be flown at half-staff for five US service members who were killed by a gunman at a naval reserve center in Chattanooga, Tenn.
LeBron James signs four-year deal with Lakers
Yeah, that's right, James agreed to a deal with a team based in Los Angeles before jetting off on a couple's vacation to Europe. Given that the Browns were a combined 1-31 over the past two seasons, hitting.500 this year would be a major achievement.
Trump asks Saudi Arabia to increase oil production
Producing at 11 mb/d will help offset the outages in Libya, Venezuela, Nigeria, Canada and Iran, but it might not be enough. The ministers announced they would ramp up oil production by around one million barrels a day from July .
Call for temporary ban on bouncy castles after girl’s death
Robert Halfon, the Conservative MP for Harlow, tweeted: "Another horrific tragedy after the horrific tragedy in #Harlow in 2016". A joint investigation is continuing in Gorleston following the death of a child who was thrown from a bouncy castle. .
Roger Federer Leaves Nike for Uniqlo
But the good news is that it will come with me at one point. 'With the shoe situation, I don't have a shoe deal. During his partnership with Nike Federer created the iconic "RF" logo, which is owned by the brand.
Spain-Russia match goes to extra time
It was a shocking elimination for Spain , joining former champions Germany and Argentina. He scored the goal that sealed his country's only World Cup final win in 2010.