Hurricane Florence has killed more than 30 people, and Trump Jr. was also called out for suggesting that the damage wrought by the storm is not as severe.
Anderson Cooper did a wonderful job of fact checking your stupidity. BUT, as a NC resident who has seen first hand the devastation wrought by Hurricane Florence, HOW DARE YOU SAY THE NEWS EXAGGERATED THE FLOODING?! Why don’t you come down here & volunteer for clean-up?
— AliciaCH (@AliciaCH16) September 18, 2018
People in NC have homes under water, no electricity. They can’t leave and help can’t reach them. For those of us in NC #FlorenceHurricane2018 is neither a joke nor an opportunity to pocket insurance money….like hurricanes are for your disgusting family. Grow up Junior. pic.twitter.com/ygD7V21Wi8
— B Payne (@badpayne19501) September 18, 2018
Instead of tweeting bad info, why don’t you go to the Carolinas and help? Be something that the American people can cheer about. Stop defending your father he has enough people on staff to do that. Show America what it mean to be the President’s son. Be charitable & compassionate
— Richard Alcazar (@RPAlcazar) September 18, 2018
President Donald Trump himself made headlines last week for discrediting the extent of devastation in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria, though his administration’s response to the current disaster has been considerably more prompt.