Trump’s Epic Maui Video Goes Viral – Donald Does What Our “President” Refused to Do
Americans continue to watch with horror as a wildfire spreads across the Hawaiian island of Maui. To date, 99 people have died from the disaster–with countless homes and livelihoods destroyed. But that is only second to the real horror, coming from the Biden administration.
Over the weekend, as Americans learned about the fire, Joe Biden was found… lounging on the beach. This “president” wasn’t in D.C., coordinating with response teams to help his fellow Americans. And when asked about this tragedy, he only said, “No comment.” That’s not good enough for Donald Trump. He issued a video directed at the victims–and he had a few words for old Joe.
From The Post Millennial:
On Monday, Donald Trump sent a heartfelt message to the victims of the devastating wildfires in Maui…
“I would like to express my sympathy and warmest regards to the people of Hawaii…
“The sad thing is, it should never have happened. Our government was not prepared, and very importantly the aftermath is going very poorly with the governor of the island wanting to blame it on global warming.”
Statement from President Donald J. Trump on Devastating Maui Wildfires pic.twitter.com/ReHhmhfYj6
— Team Trump (Text TRUMP to 88022) (@TeamTrump) August 14, 2023
Donald Trump issued a response to the terrible wildfire in Maui. He expressed his sympathy and concern for the victims of this disaster. He blasted the governor of Hawaii, who offered little in support besides blaming the left’s favorite cause: climate change.
Trump went on to criticize Joe Biden who refused to offer any words about the disaster when asked about it. Only later on, one of his press people tweeted out the White House’s response, offering aid to the state.
We can’t truly believe Biden was the one who drafted that response. The man can’t even finish a sentence–when the words are typed out for him. Does anyone believe Biden is actually tweeting? The man was shelved as this disaster spread, hanging out at the beach while whoever is really running the country was back in D.C.
When Trump was president, he was the first to act during a disaster. He even traveled to California to offer aid and hope after wildfires spread across the West Coast. But how often does Biden show support and concern for red states? When does Biden appear to do anything to help struggling Americans?
Trump called Biden the “most incompetent president” in our history. He reminded Americans that Biden’s spent over 360 days of his first three years in office on vacation. Truly pathetic.
- Donald Trump issued a video offering condolences to the victims of the Maui wildfires.
- He blasted the Biden administration’s lack of preparedness and called out Joe’s cruel response.
- Biden was on the beach as the fires spread, saying “No comment” to questions.
Source: The Post Millennial