Consoler in Chief: President Obama to Visit Oklahoma Tornado Victims

Obama will meet with families and first responders affected by deadly storm.
0:54 | 05/25/13

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Transcript for Consoler in Chief: President Obama to Visit Oklahoma Tornado Victims
moore, oklahoma tomorrow. Reena ninan there tonight as the president prepares to fill the role he so often has in the last few months. Reporter: David that's right. A white house official tells me that the president feels strongly about showing how standing together during a time of crises is what makes this country strong. He has become the consoler in chief. There was sandy, his trip up the east coast just before the election, newtown providing relief to the littlest in need, their families heavy with grief. Just last month to boston after the bombings and west, texas after that massive explosion. Now he comes here on sunday. He'll meet with first responders and the families affected. One student telling me there's one thing that even the president of the united states cannot do tomorrow. Make this all go away. But they're hoping the attention will bring more resources they need to rebuild.

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