Donald Trump, “Obama’s visit Louisiana too little, too late”
Donald Trump and his Vice Presidential running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, toured the devastation on Friday and donated an 18-wheeler full of supplies.
Donald Trump hammered US President Barack Hussein Obama’s visit to flood-ravaged Louisiana Tuesday as “too little, too late.”
Touring East Baton Rouge Parish, Mr. Obama thanked FEMA for its efforts and declared that the nation was “heartbroken” by the devastation and 13 lives lost in the flooding.
More than 60,000 homes have been damaged, and as many as 115,000 people across southern Louisiana have signed up for federal disaster assistance.
President Obama toured the area with Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser and US Senators. David Vitter and Bill Cassidy.
Mr. Obama said that the flooding was not just about property damage, but also about “people’s roots.”
Hillary Clinton is not expected to visit Louisiana anytime soon.
Donald Trump’s campaign e-Mailed supporters a lengthy questionnaire it says will help shape his message, and included in it is a question regarding his use of the term “Crooked Hillary.”
“Do you approve of the term ‘Crooked Hillary?'” reads the question, which has three multiple choice answers: Yes, No, and No Opinion
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