The Trump administration is ramping up its response to Hurricane Harvey, which made landfall Friday and continues to bring torrential rain and flooding to Texas.
The federal government has 5,000 people on site in Texas and Louisiana, Brock Long said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) on Sunday, meanwhile, commended the White House for its responsiveness to the storm.
“[The] White House is being very responsive, very concerned about the people of Texas, and a tremendous help to us,” Abbott said. Read more at The Hill.