The Agenda: Trump returning next month; Roof's 'self-radicalization'; West Nile found in Chs. area skeeters

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A double dose of Myrtle Beach Sun News columnist Issac Bailey on Trump's minority outreach for CNN and Trump's role in exposing 'America's white identity crisis' for Politico. Source: CNN, Politico

It's back to school time for S.C. colleges, which means some pretty sick rush parties for frats across the state. USC is keeping close tabs on theirs after flirting with the idea of doing away with the months-long pledging process altogether. Source: The State

Charleston County School District officials got their first look at plans to build a new high school for the fast-growing East Cooper area, one which will accommodate 1,500 students. Source: P&C

Joint Base Charleston officials announced yesterday that a few mosquitos found in the area tested positive for West Nile virus. No cases of the illness in humans have been reported. Source: AP

New details disclosed yesterday in the federal case against accused Emanuel AME gunman Dylann Roof showed multiple 'manifestos' written by Roof before he was arrested and while he was in jail. Roof was also reportedly 'self-radicalized' by reading information online about white supremacy. Source: Reuters, P&C, AP

Donald Trump will be back in Charleston next month for a high-dollar fundraiser with S.C. Republican supporters. Date and location TBA. Source: P&C

Charleston County Democratic Chair Brady Quirk-Garvan to P&C: "Charleston voters want no part of his campaign. We know that Charleston is already great and hope Donald Trump will stay in his tacky tower in New York City."

Aviation followers are dismissing claims by Trump that Boeing jobs could get shipped overseas if he's not elected president. One analyst says if anything, non-union S.C. is where union jobs in Washington are being outsourced. Source: McClatchy

Journo Ron Aiken has stayed on reported impropriety inside Richland County government since leaving the SC Policy Council's The Nerve and founding Quorum Columbia, uncovering new allegations that county recreation officials were selling moonshine and counterfeit electronics out of their government offices. Source: Quorum


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