President Obama to Visit Louisiana to Survey Flooding Recovery Efforts

Some previously criticized the president for not cutting his summer vacation short in response to the flooding emergency.
0:46 | 08/22/16

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President Obama is back in Washington following his family vacation in Martha's Vineyard he is set to visit Louisiana tomorrow to survey the damage and Dennis devastation from this severe flooding there. The president has been criticized for not cutting his vacation short more than 60000. Homes were damaged in the flooding at least thirteen people were killed. Volunteers are now helping with the clean up. They just came in and sort of a lifted us up we were doing a lot of what we needed to do. That they had experience that we don't have plus they have people that it actually dent in the trenches. Lost their homes had a compassion that never seen before. Meanwhile federal officials will now open three disaster recovery centers in Louisiana today.

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