On Wednesday, President Trump left affairs in the White House, to travel to Houston and observe developments in light of Hurricane Harvey.
First, Trump is expected to meet with Responders and FEMA and figure out what they and the White House can do to help out the victims and unfortunate citizens in the area. Trump’s visit was acknowledged by many, who took to social media to praise the POTUS.
Still, not everyone is with the president, and many lefts have trashed him being a little bit too late.
Republican CNN analyst Ana Navarro expressed her cynicism on the matter after she noted that Trump’s visit would be too much since people in the area were already “enduring enough suffering.”
Leaving now for Texas!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 29, 2017
As if the people of Texas! aren't already enduring enough suffering…. https://t.co/gIH123g3iu
— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) August 29, 2017
Navarro has a frequent practice of going after the wrong people, for all the wrong reasons.She even said the recent eclipse occurrence would have been more appealing if Trump wasn’t the president.
Navarro, again, found a way to go all political in a very vulnerable time for America.
Here is how Texans and other users responded:
— Mandi (@MissMandi00) August 29, 2017
Not sure WTH she knows about the people of Texas. She will get plenty of "likes" & that's all that matters. BTW she worked for Jeb Bush camp https://t.co/2s8LfIwaTU
— Jeff Wyatt (@wyattbaseball) August 29, 2017
I live in near Baytown. Not sure what he can do but his presence is a welcome sight Ana doesn't speak for Texans that are going through this
— Jeremy Woods (@Jwoods0) August 29, 2017
— 🚀MR. MOAB🚀 (@Drgiggidy71) August 29, 2017
ugh cant' believe i'm gonna defend him but if he *didn't* go he'd be pounced on. come on…this is standard procedure for a prez
— Ella Tabares (@EllaTabares) August 29, 2017
Let’s not bring politics where it doesn’t belong. Also, let’s get some grip as humans and learn to prioritize.
So far, Hurricane Harvey took the lives of fourteen people.