Posted by on August 27, 2017 5:06 pm
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Trump Heads to Texas on Tuesday

Media Will Say Trump Didn’t Go Soon Enough

Mark my words, when Donald Trump heads to Texas on Tuesday following or in the midst of the disaster that has come as a result of Hurricane Harvey.

According to The Hill,

President Trump will visit Texas on Tuesday amid the ongoing recovery efforts for Tropical Storm Harvey, according to the White House.

The details of the trip, including the location of Trump’s visit, are still to be determined.

“The president will travel to Texas on Tuesday,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement. “We are coordinating logistics with state and local officials, and once details are finalized, we will let you know. We continue to keep all of those affected in our thoughts and prayers.”

Trump on Sunday praised the agencies responding to the disaster and said he planned to visit Texas.

“I will be going to Texas as soon as that trip can be made without causing disruption. The focus must be life and safety,” the president wrote on Twitter.

Trump and Vice President Mike Pence held a second teleconference with Cabinet officials Sunday to discuss the ongoing response to the storm, which first made landfall on Friday as a Category 4 hurricane.

“President Trump continued to stress his expectation that all departments and agencies stay fully committed to supporting the Governors of Texas and Louisiana and his number one priority of saving lives,” the White House said of the teleconference.

We have already witnessed the media take advantage of Hurricane Harvey to push both their global warming narrative.  You can rest assured that the media will do anything they can to exploit this disaster for political gain.  After all lets not forget the famous words of Rahm Emanuel explaining how they never want to let a good crisis go to waste.

Remember this as you watch how the fake news media approaches Trump’s response and the response of federal agencies following the hurricane over the next few weeks.

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