President Trump to meet flood victims in Texas, Louisiana
HOUSTON — President Donald Trump is set to stop in Houston and Lake Charles, Louisiana, to survey damage from Harvey.
The White House says he’ll have time to talk to residents still recovering from the devastation. He’s also expected to meet with volunteers.
Those elements were missing from his first visit to the region on Tuesday. He was criticized as being off-key for a presidential trip to discuss communities in crisis.
Harvey made landfall in Texas last week as a Category 4 hurricane and lingered for days in the region, causing catastrophic flooding and killing at least 42 people.