— The White House (@WhiteHouse) August 9, 2012
And the Aurora, Col., shooting:
Obama: "We woke up to news of a tragedy that reminds us of all the ways we’re united as one American family"
— White House Live (@WHLive) July 20, 2012
So far, however, it has been silent about today’s shooting at the Family Research Council, which is being investigated as a possible incident of domestic terrorism.
Wonder how long it will take for Obama to comment on shooting at #FRC. Praying for the victim & his family.
— Misha Ski (@msbs05) August 15, 2012
— Robert (P1C2r3) (@Uo1Conservative) August 15, 2012
— Jack O'Brien (@TheJackOBrien) August 15, 2012
Update: Mitt Romney has issued a statement:
Update: Jake Tapper reports that the White House will be issuing a statement on the shooting:
i'm told the WH will have a statement on the FRC shooting, in the @PressSec gaggle
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) August 15, 2012
We will keep you posted.
Update: The White House issued a statement of sorts: a handful of words from Jay Carney.