So Trump went to East Baton Rouge
and saw that the damage was yuuge.
This Obama ignored,
so the polls get re-scored.
For Dems: “After us the deluge.”
From WND reporter:
Flood victims, sorting through their belongings and working on their homes, waved to Trump’s motorcade as it made its way through devastated neighborhoods.
“Thank you for coming, Mr. Trump,” one woman screamed.
“We knew you would be here for us!” another shouted.
The candidates later visited Greenwell Springs Baptist Church in Baton Rouge, where volunteers were preparing meals for the needy.
“The president says he doesn’t want to come, he is trying to get out of a golf game,” said Trump.
“I heard he wants to stay under par while we are under water,” said Tony Perkins, the president of the Family Research Council and Trump supporter, who was in attendance.
“He will never be under par.” quipped Trump.
Trump’s new campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said he and Pence would be “going to help people on the ground who are in need.”
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is taking a break from the campaign trail on Friday and isn’t expected to make another public appearance until Sunday, when she will attend a fundraiser with singer and actress Cher.
It is encouraging that Mr. Trump highlighted where the real relief effort is: Not from the Government but from concerned people like Rev. Franklin Graham and Tony Perkins, representing the millions of Christians getting involved.