President Trump and First Lady Melania Visit Texas…

Showing support for the people of Texas as they deal with historic flooding from Hurricane Harvey, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrive.

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81 Responses to President Trump and First Lady Melania Visit Texas…

  1. Covfefe-USA says:

    Wow – does she look great! And of course, with aviator sunglasses to go with her outfit. My, she has style. Read another comment in the open thread that after being subjected to the “mad cow wearing white house curtains and pup tents”, this, such a refreshing sight to see!!!

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  2. citizen817 says:

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  3. Michelle says:

    I love Melania’s hat!! And I have to laugh at how clean her sneakers are but of course she can’t go in dirty sneakers.

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  4. Laura says:

    I see Melania has her “high waters” on. Well, that’s what we used to call those kinds of pants years ago!

    Thanks for the close-ups. The video I saw was too far back to see much.

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  5. citizen817 says:

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  6. citizen817 says:

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    • Michelle says:


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    • CharterOakie says:


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    • John says:

      Anyone still think Trump didn’t win in a YUGE landslide? Just shows you how massive the voter fraud was on killary’s side. There’s no way in hell killary won the pop vote or even came close with 46% of the vote. She committed MASSIVE VOTER fraud. We have to end ALL voter fraud if we want to save America. That should be priority #1.

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      • chojun says:

        Democrats have had their eye on Texas for a very long time. If Texas were to flip to blue, the Red team wouldn’t win a Presidential election for generations.

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      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        I so heartily agree. Exactly what I’ve been saying for years around here-Priority one is voter reform/Wall/Stop Immigration. All interrelated here in Calif

        I am moved and blown away by the turnout of Trump’s supporters today.

        Treepers-the Greatest news shown here is America is on her way to MAGA.

        In the midst of your tragedy, Thank You, Texas, for your love and gracious welcome for your/our President and First Lady.

        May God continue to Heal and Bless America


  7. kinthenorthwest says:

    Yes Yes I am so very proud of my president too. Trump and Abbott were working on the hurricane days before it hit land. If I remember right, both Trump and Abbott were tweeting middle or was it beginning of last week. Trump was father ahead on working the logistics of the hurricane than any other previous president on any past hurricane or disaster.
    That being said I’m like everyone else I want a FLOTUS hat…

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  8. citizen817 says:

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  9. buckweaver27 says:

    Oh my goodness. The press conference the House Police Chief just gave about the deceased police officer just blew my heart away. Wow.

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  10. rsanchez1990 says:

    They love the President in Texas:

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  11. skeinster says:

    It’s funny- I just feel better knowing he’s in the state.
    And I’m not anywhere near Houston.

    Liked by 18 people

  12. magatrump says:

    God bless Texas. God Bless President Trump. God Bless First Lady Melania. Thank God for President Trump. God bless America!

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  13. The Boss says:

    Ich bin ein Texan!

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  14. Michelle says:

    Seriously, that flotus hat needs to be available for sale.

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  15. citizen817 says:

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    • Raven says:

      My husband and I worked in Biloxi after Hurricane Katrina. Anheuser-Busch supplied most of the drinking water to the city of Biloxi for months after the storm had passed. I still have the two cans of water I brought home, and will forever think of that company as one of the greatest, most giving, most generous companies ever — next to The Home Depot, a company that never said no to a request for free supplies during the rebuild.

      American capitalists at their finest.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      They have/had a huge plant in Houston…Mother worked for the state & we had our picnic there every year.

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    • treehouseron says:

      This is the type of publicity a years worth of ad campaigns can’t buy. What a smart company, able to successfully blend charity and advertisement at the same time. Other companies should take notice, this is how to get the publics’ attention and respect.

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    • cyn3wulf says:

      They did the same for Andrew. My mother still has a can. Without the carbonation, the can isn’t firm.

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  16. Mike diamond says:

    right on we love our president and the first lady !!!!

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  17. Raven says:

    Super beautiful smile on our lovely FLOTUS with matching hat.

    Somehow even in the darkness of disaster our First Lady shines.

    May God bless everyone involved in the recovery efforts, and grant peace and comfort to everyone affected by Harvey’s destruction.

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  18. Bob Thoms says:

    Neuces County – Corpus Christi – is Trump country; one of the few gulf/border counties that went for Trump… is 68% Hispanic and they love Trump and America !

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  19. FL_GUY says:

    President Trump taking the time to visit the areas of destruction means so much to the victims. Having been in a natural disaster with widespread destruction and death, it shocks the system in ways that can’t be put into words; it took me a very long time to get over it. President Trump going to these areas will start the healing process for these people. President Trump is truly the Father of the USA.

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  20. kinthenorthwest says:

    Ok Now I have seen it all. National disaster in their state and they protesting
    What idiots–
    LIVE: Protesters gather outside the EOC awaiting President Trump’s arrival to assess the state’s response to #Harvey

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    • woodstuff says:

      Thanks for posting, Kin. As for the protesters I say Grrrrrrrrrrrrr.

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    • Disgusted says:

      Of course networks like cbs will think “protestors” (paid props) are the main story, rather than show the people of Texas lined up ten deep along President Trump’s travel route welcoming him with cheers and flags waving!!!!!

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    • Alexsandra says:

      I used to live in Austin. While there are a lot of Chrisitans and Conservatives there, a larger contingent of liberals have moved there over time, and, combined with the liberal University of Texas there are a lot of liberal activists. The wheels of government within the city are also set in motion by a contingent of liberal lawyers who pull the Democratic strings. But fortunately the state itself is still conservative and common sense. What the Governor has to deal with in Austin is similar to what POTUS has to deal with in Washington DC, being a common sense conservative in a liberal city.

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  21. chojun says:

    I think what happens is that you have a population that is generally, dependent on city services in their day-to-day lives (social services, transportation, etc) because they are not self-reliant. If New York public transportation is any indicator, the systems (especially in major cities) are generally running on a daily basis either at or very near 100% capacity. Issuing an evacuation order would require a massive increase in the resources available to move a dependent population out, and additionally negotiate with other municipalities for their care and housing.

    Just the evacuation effort would likely collapse the system itself so it’s easier for these big city mayors to simply keep the population in place and hedge their bets on a weaker-than-expected storm. Of course, in the case of a disaster the State will activate the Guard and allocate federal resources anyway.

    What happened in New Orleans and Houston is an indictment against Government reliance and those who foist it on their populations.

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    • Esperanza says:

      This is so interesting, I’d never thought of that. What you say makes sense. Also cities which are deeply in debt. Maybe the mayor takes a look at how must it will all cost and just sits on his hands.

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  22. Our beautiful FLOTUS can really rock a white blouse! Getting out my white blouses right now!

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    • Steve in Greensboro says:

      Amen, Sister! The whole ensemble is very attractive — ball cap, aviator shades, black slacks and tennies. Or maybe it is just the lady wearing them.


  23. grandmaintexas says:

    Our President has once again made Enemy Number One, aka the press, look like the discredited propagandists they are. And I don’t think he even tries. He just lives and speaks the truth.

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  24. mot2grls says:

    Melania is adorable in her FLOTUS hat and sneakers!

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