Harvey Victim Reaches for Trump’s Hand, Says 1 Thing Media Will Never Report

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania traveled to areas heavily damaged by Hurricane Harvey over the weekend to visit with the victims of Hurricane Harvey as well as take stock of the relief effort on the ground.

It was the president’s second trip to the area. On Tuesday, Trump met with local officials and emergency responders in Corpus Christi and Austin, Fox News reported.

While meeting with some people in Houston on Saturday, the president met one man who expressed just how much the visit meant to him.

“We looked out the window to see if an ark was coming down the street. It didn’t come. But you guys did and that’s what counts,” the man said.

The man, who was not identified, was essentially thanking God that the president arrived.

Take a look:

 

To see that Trump cared enough about the people to visit the area made a lasting impression.

Those who met Trump had nothing but good things to say about him.

 

 

 

This is the kind of thing that probably makes the liberal media sick because there is absolutely nothing they can do about how these people react after meeting Trump.

Many mainstream media outlets news treated Trump’s visit with skepticism. Some liberal outlets complained that the president wasn’t empathetic enough and claimed his second visit to the area was to save face.

Those who met the president had a different take — and it’s one we’re more inclined to believe.

The difference between what the hurricane victims had to say after they met the president and what the mainstream media has to say about the president is actually all we need to know. The liberal media, which is nothing more than an extension of the Democrat Party, will do anything, include lie, to besmirch the president.

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Source: Conservative Tribune