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Jarrod Warren Ramos, 38, is accused of walking into The Capital newspaper on Thursday and shooting dead five employees with a shotgun.

"Obviously, I'm disappointed, you know?"

At a news conference in Annapolis on Tuesday, Buckley said the city will keep Annapolis flags at half-staff until the victims of the attack have been buried.

On Monday, as reported by the Inquisitr, Buckley claimed that the White House at first denied his request to have flags lowered nationwide. "Is there a cutoff for tragedy?" he asked.

Buckley has already ordered the Annapolis flags lowered. "Americans across the country are united in calling upon God to be with the victims and bring aid and comfort to their families and friends". "This was an attack on the press".

Shortly after the order was released Tuesday, Buckley told the Sun that the reversal was "the least respect we could give the journalists. It's just as important as any other tragedy".

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She said that White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders spoke with Buckley both on Monday night and on Tuesday morning to alert him to the decision.

The proclamation orders flags at the White House and other federal buildings and ships to be lowered until sunset Tuesday. "But there's certain protocol that is followed".

"Wannabe despot who calls journalists "the enemy of the people, ' a "stain on America" and 'scum" declines to honour slain members of the free press who were gunned down in their newsroom", political scientist Brian Klaas wrote on Twitter.

"Journalists, like all Americans, should be free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their job", he added.

The delay nearly exactly mirrored Trump's own criticism of President Barack Obama for waiting five days to sign a proclamation to honor victims of the Chattanooga recruiting center shootings in 2015.


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