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New Orleans already under water as potential hurricane closes in on Gulf Coast. When highly-populated diverse population cries for help will Trump ignore them like he did Puerto Rico? They have black and brown skin.

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If you choose to live below sea level, in a storm-ridden area, why should my tax dollars bail you out AGAIN ???????

AnneWimsey Level 8 July 12, 2019
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That some of the Norwegian like the bicycle and those that do also have quibbles with those of that area that like the driving of vehicles that make them happy despite the resource depletion that it is caousting to transpire.

gsiamne Level 7 July 12, 2019
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Does Trump own any property down there? If the answer is no, then he ain’t gonna do jack squat.

webbew1 Level 7 July 12, 2019
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Yup another Puerto Rico in the making would be different if it was Miami where his base and rich buddies live

bobwjr Level 9 July 12, 2019
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Probability is more than likely Trump will ignore the diverse population's need for relief.

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I am sure he will make excuses

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Yeah, about half the population down in Dixie is black. Yet white racists still win most elections. I don't get it. And even when he ignores the needs of the poor whites down there, they will still vote for him if they bother voting at all.

Carin Level 8 July 11, 2019
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More paper towels and cans of corn.

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New Orleans needs to be moved 50 miles or so inland. It would still be a world class port. Those levees are a lost cause.

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Most likely which is very 😥.

freedom41 Level 8 July 11, 2019
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