Transcript for Trump calls Hurricane Michael aftermath 'total devastation'
President Donald Trump praised first responders as he touched down in an area ravaged by hurricane Michael we are doing more than anybody would have ever done. And probably. There hasn't been hits like his certainly never. The president and First Lady saw some of the devastation from the category four hurricane which obliterated entire neighborhoods hard to believe. I've seen pictures but it's hard to believe. In an earlier interview with sixty minutes mr. trump was asked if witnessing natural disasters as commander in chief informed his perspective on climate change. You don't know whether or not that would have happened with the where that man I was thinking. What if he said no I've seen the heart can situations. I change my mind there really is climate change and I thought what an impact. What an impact value and I think I'm not denying climate change but it could very well go back. And with only three weeks until the midterm elections the president has been busy on the campaign trail. Theory is in Montana in July taking on a potential 20/20 democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren. Dollars. If every charity hateful act up. If you take the test of which. And now warned released her DNA results. What is fascinating. Yeah. Absolutely having an American ancestry you're better. When asked about warns DNA tests the president said that he hopes she's running for president and that he thinks it will be easy to beat her. On Twitter warned us president from to donate one million dollars to the national indigenous women's resource center. Lana Zack ABC news Washington.
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