(VIDEO) Flood Victims in Louisiana Cheer Trump: “We Knew You’d Be Here!”

Presidential candidate Donald Trump and VP nominee Mike Pence find the time out of their very busy schedules to visit and console the flood victims of Louisiana.

Obama not so much. While he refused to leave his comfy tax payer funded vacation, these two showed up.


Louisiana flood victims were very happy to greet Donald Trump and running mate Mike Pence yesterday in Louisiana.

Trump & Pence were greeted massive enthusiasm with open arms from the people of the flood ravaged State.

Louisiana- Cheers- Trump


A lady told Donald Trump, “We knew you’d be here!”
Via Vessel News:


Another man gets choked up when Trump and Pence paid their visit.

Trump helped pass out much needed supplies to the flood victims while president Obama was playing his 9th round of golf in Martha’s Vineyard.

Mr. Trump even stopped for people that were asking for his autograph. 

H/T Gateway Pundit

Donald Trump is a good man. The ‘lamestream media’ for the most part tries to make him look like a bad person because they are in the tank for Hillary. Trump sticks up for himself just like anyone should if they were attacked unfairly. You have to respect a man who stands up for himself and tells it like it is. This country needs needs a leader like him that will put America first. Trump deserves at least 4 years to see what he can do to turn around this country around.

Hillary Clinton will only drive our country further into the ground and CAN NOT BE TRUSTED with our national security. She has proven that with out a shadow of a doubt.

Oh, and by the way… did you see Hillary Clinton show up in Louisiana? Yeah, me neither, she could care less.


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