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President Donald Trump visits flood victims in Houston

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The Donald visiting flood victims in Houston—Screencapture by Joseph Earnest


by Joseph Earnest September 3, 2017


Newscast Media HOUSTON—President Donald Trump visited Texas the second time in a week and made a stop in Houston to comfort flood victims.


At the NRG Center in Houston, President Trump stopped by a lunch line, where  volunteers were distributing hot dogs, chips and apple sauce for lunch.


 One reporter asked what people have said to him so far. The president said: “They’re really happy with what’s going on. It’s something that’s been very well received, even by you guys it’s been very well received.”

President Trump also delivered about five minutes of remarks inside First Church of Pearland in the Houston suburb of Pearland.

Trump commented, “The water’s disappearing. We knew we have a long way to go, but the water’s disappearing. And you look at the neighborhoods and you see it’s – we just saw it through there. Two days ago, even yesterday, they had water. Today it’s all swept up and cleaned up. We’ve got a lot of hard-working people, I’ll tell you that.”

Trump closed by talking about the recovery: “It’s a long term. We’re talking about, they say 2 years, 3 years, but I think that because this is Texas you’ll prob do it in 6 months!" At that, the people in the church burst into loud cheers.  Add Comments>>
















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