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Huckabee Sanders: Trump Pledging $1 Million of Personal Money Towards Hurricane Relief

01 Septembre 2017

Monday, First Lady Melania Trump accompanied the President to Texas where historic Hurricane Harvey has caused massive destruction in the last several days.

When asked minutes later whether this would come from the President personally or from the Trump Foundation or Trump Organization, Huckabee Sanders relayed that the President said it would be "his personal money".

Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert said 100,000 homes had been affected by the storm, which hit Texas as a Category 4 hurricane and is now dumping rain on Louisiana.

The president has been praised by local officials for his involvement and response to the disaster.

Trump was widely photographed wearing the "USA" cap when he arrived in Corpus Christi, Texas and during his subsequent briefing with Governor Greg Abbott about the natural disaster.

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At least 31 people have been killed, including a family of six whose van was swept off a Houston bridge by violent flood waters.

Moody's Analytics estimated the economic cost from Harvey for southeast Texas at $51 billion to $75 billion, ranking it among the costliest storms in US history.

Vice President Pence surveyed flooded-out areas of Texas on Thursday.

"I want to be able to offer my help and support in the most productive way possible, not through just words, but also action", she said.

Speaking at an event to kick off tax reform in Missouri, President Trump praised the first responders for their work.

Huckabee Sanders: Trump Pledging $1 Million of Personal Money Towards Hurricane Relief