• Trump asks about conditions in area near one of his golf courses while surveying Hurricane Florence damage in North Carolina

    27 days ago - By Business Insider

    When President Donald Trump arrived in North Carolina on Wednesday to survey the damage from Hurricane Florence, he seemed to be particularly interested in the conditions near one of his golf courses.
    During a briefing on damage from the storm, Trump asked a local official how conditions were at Lake Norman, the location of a Trump National Golf Club.
    Trump at one point also told a storm victim to "have a good time" as he handed him a packaged meal.
    Florence has led to at least 37 deaths, 27 of which occurred in North Carolina.
    When President Donald Trump arrived in North Carolina on...
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  • President Trump Asks About His North Carolina Golf Course During Hurricane Florence Visit

    President Trump Asks About His North Carolina Golf Course During Hurricane Florence Visit

    27 days ago - By Fortune

    President Donald Trump on Wednesday visited North and South Carolina, where flood levels continue to rise in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. Trump traveled to the area to assess the ongoing federal response to the hurricane, but he also took a moment to inquire about a personal matter.
    While he was being briefed about the deadly hurricane-related flooding and damage, Trump asked, “How is Lake Norman doing?”
    WH pool report says as Trump was briefed in NC on hurricane damage, he asked an official, "How is Lake Norman doing?"
    Told it was fine, he said, "I love that area. I can't tell you...
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  • Thousands of cars will be damaged by Florence's floods

    27 days ago - By Chron

    As flooding continues in the Carolinas after Hurricane Florence's massive rainfall, experts say high water will damage thousands of vehicles.
    But auto industry analysts say the number of soggy vehicles will be far less than the roughly 700,000 damaged by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in Texas and Florida last year, largely because there are fewer people and cars along the Carolina coast.
    Also, Florence followed the expected path, making evacuations more successful and keeping more vehicles out of harm's way. Still, Florence is being blamed for at least 37 deaths in three states.
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  • 16 celebs who are working toward Hurricane Florence relief

    16 celebs who are working toward Hurricane Florence relief

    27 days ago - By Business Insider

    When Hurricane Florence first made landfall in North Carolina, it brought with it destructive winds and devastating floods. The storm has inflicted record damage, causing nearly 36 inches of rain to fall over Elizabethtown, North Carolina , and leaving 343,000 people without power. The death toll associated with the storm has also continued to rise - as of Tuesday, 35 deaths had been attributed to the storm : 25 in North Carolina, six in South Carolina, and one in Virginia.
    In addition to the relief agencies that have come to lend a helping hand, a few celebrities are putting their...
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