ABC's David Muir speaks with Martha Raddatz today on efforts to get rescue teams, supplies and food to Haitians affected by the devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake that hit the capital Tuesday.
From Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, Martha reports on the bottleneck at Haiti's Port-au-Prince airport, where ramp space is limited. She said it is almost impossible for planes to land.
Martha also said that once aid arrives, it's going to take serious coordination to distribute it. What role will U.S. soldiers have? Will they police or distribute aid? Martha and David discuss the current situation in Haiti on today's Conversation.