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Mark Meadows blasts Biden’s promise to Hurricane Ida survivors after Afghanistan withdrawal

Former White Home Chief of Workers Mark Meadows questioned President Biden’s promise to not depart Hurricane Ida survivors behind, evaluating it to his promise to evacuate People stranded in Afghanistan.

“Joe Biden simply informed hurricane survivors they ‘gained’t be left behind,’ which might be comforting phrases had he not simply mentioned the very same factor final week, after which turned his again—leaving a whole lot of People behind in Afghanistan,” Meadows tweeted Thursday. “Then and now. Biden’s phrases are empty.”

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Biden was closely criticized for his chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan that in the end did not evacuate each American from the nation, regardless of a number of guarantees from the administration that those that needed to depart can be evacuated by the U.S. navy.

Biden spoke on to People within the Gulf Coast, the place Hurricane Ida first made landfall, in an announcement launched Thursday. 

“My message to the individuals of the Gulf Coast, who I’m going to go to tomorrow: We’re right here for you,” Biden mentioned. “And we’re ensuring the response and restoration is equitable in order that these hit hardest get the sources they want and aren’t left behind.”

The White Home didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.

Not less than 43 individuals have been reported useless after historic rains linked to Hurricane Ida flooded northeastern states on Wednesday night time and Thursday morning.

Not less than 13 individuals have been confirmed useless in New York Metropolis because of the extreme climate, together with a 2-year-old boy, a 48-year-old feminine, and a 50-year-old man who have been all discovered inside a house within the Jamaica neighborhood of Queens.

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Officers mentioned no less than 23 individuals died in New Jersey. 4 have been discovered useless in an residence advanced in Elizabeth, town’s mayor and spokesperson informed native media. Others have been in automobiles that bought overtaken by water throughout flooding. 

4 individuals died in Pennsylvania’s suburban Montgomery County. Connecticut State Police and native authorities mentioned an on-duty state trooper was swept away in his cruiser and later taken to a hospital. A 19-year-old man was additionally discovered useless in Maryland.  

Chatting with reporters early Thursday afternoon, President Biden mentioned that he had spoken with New York Gov. Kathy Hochul and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and supposed to talk with Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf. 

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“We wish to specific my heartfelt due to all the primary responders and everybody working by way of the night time properly into the morning to save lots of lives and get energy again,” the president mentioned.

“There’s plenty of injury. I made clear to the governors: My group on the Federal Emergency Administration Company, FEMA, is on the bottom prepared to supply all the help that’s wanted,” mentioned Biden. 

Fox Information’ Brie Stimson, Julia Musto, and Bradford Betz contributed to this report

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