It wasn’t too difficult to predict that President Trump’s plan for the nation’s infrastructure wasn’t going to dominate the evening news Tuesday. Here’s an overview of what the CBS Evening News had to offer.

The fact that Charlottesville and the president’s controversial “both sides” comment received an overwhelming amount of coverage didn’t slip past CNN’s senior media correspondent, Brian Stelter.

Federalist co-founder Sean Davis thought a media correspondent might be interested in comparing the network’s coverage of the attack on the House Republican baseball team in Alexandria, Va., by “alt-left” poster boy James T. Hodgkinson, a Bernie Sanders campaign volunteer, to its coverage of Charlottesville.

Wow, a man opened fire on Republican members of Congress, critically wounding one, and CBS News covered it live for at least four hours.

“He keeps answering our questions, but not in a way that’s acceptable to us!”

Trump defending Nazis? That certainly is the story, no doubt about it. Never mind the bit Monday where the president condemned neo-Nazis, the KKK, and white supremacists … his comments Tuesday “undid” those remarks.

“You had people in that group … I saw the same pictures as you did,” Trump said Tuesday, in his alleged defense of Nazis. “You had people in that group that were there to protest the taking down of, to them, a very, very important statue and the renaming of a park from Robert E. Lee to another name.”

Opposing the renaming of a park? What other conclusion can there possibly be? Nazis.

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