Trump Steps Off Plane In Louisiana… Reporter Immediately Notices 1 EPIC Thing

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Republican nominee Donald Trump landed in Louisiana to witness first-hand the devastation wrought by flooding not seen there since Hurricane Katrina pummeled the Gulf Coast back in 2005.

Obama has done nothing but vacation and golf and hasn’t lifted a finger to help or address this devastating crisis.

Hillary is just napping and put out one lame Tweet.

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But Trump is showing how great of a president he will be.

LifeZette noted that Trump’s arrival on the scene helps him on a number of levels. Most importantly, it provides a dramatic contrast to Hillary Clinton and President Obama, both of whom have neglected to visit a region where more than a dozen have died and tens of thousands have been forced out of their homes.

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Trump is doing what a president does! 

Trump’s move to see for himself the plight of disaster victims lends him a presidential aura that critics say he has been lacking due to off-the-cuff remarks that have, at times, sounded as crass and immature. Obama, the actual president, has responded absurdly, refusing to budge from the Martha’s Vineyard golf courses where he is playing nearly daily with celebrities and wealthy friends — even to issue a public statement, let alone visit the unfolding tragedy.

“WATCH: Trump and Pence disembark from Plane in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to tour flooding.”

As soon as Trump stepped off of the plane, he shook hands with locals who met him on the tarmac.

Keith Koffler at LifeZette reports that though the press has barely noticed, Obama’s performance is demonstrably worse than that of George W. Bush during the 2005 Hurricane Katrina catastrophe, when Bush at least broke off his vacation and attempted to show some compassion by flying over the area to witness the devastation. He then actually landed on the scene a couple of days later to check up on the relief effort and offer moral support.

But he was nevertheless pilloried by the very same mainstream media that seem to think it is okay that Obama is dining out on overpriced seafood and tooling around in a golf cart while Louisiana residents are using rowboats to try to get to their homes and salvage their belongings.

But back to President Trump.

Kristen Campbell at Conservative Tribune points out that it was Trumps off-camera, behind-the-scenes actions that did an even better job at portraying him as an influential, caring leader.

Trump met privately with local families in the Baton Rouge area who had been impacted by the devastating flood waters.

“Trump is a businessman who knows for sure revitalization efforts,” Sharon Bell, who lost her home in the catastrophe, told LifeZette. “Why not have him visit?”

The GOP candidates also stopped by a Baptist church where a group of volunteers who had been cooking meals for flood victims and helping the elderly gut their homes were meeting.

This outreach to the victims of a natural disaster painted Trump in a light that some voters had never seen before, and it served as a positive contrast to the candidate who has been known to offend even those within his own party with his sometimes-harsh rhetoric.

It also further highlighted the fact that neither President Barack Obama nor Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton had visited the area or met any one of the tens of thousands of people who have been forced out of their homes.

Obama has opted not to disrupt his Martha’s Vineyard golfing vacation, while Clinton has been campaigning and preparing for two fundraisers scheduled to take place over the weekend.

In fact, both Clinton and Obama have said little about the catastrophe and have reportedly been receiving updates about the situation from their aides.

Meanwhile, Trump is in the trenches, meeting with victims, helping volunteers and lending a caring ear to their problems.

Because that’s what a real leader does.

Trump is a leader my friends.

GOD BLESS.

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