washington - The US federal government is ready for the arrival of hurricane Florence. 'We're done like never before,' said President Donald Trump after consulting with the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Response Service FEMA. ' He is going to be a big one \u0026 # x27; \u0026 # x27 ;, he referred to the hurricane. ' He is very big and very wet \u0026 # x27; \u0026 # x27 ;.
Trump is confident in a good outcome, although there has recently been a storm of criticism on the actions of the President and FEMA in the disaster year 2017. Hurricane Maria claimed thousands of lives in Puerto Rico and Hurricane Harvey put the metropolis of Houston under water. According to a research report published earlier this month FEMA failed to provide sufficient housing for victims, the service provided insufficient financial assistance and did too little to prevent fraud.
The President and FEMA passed the hard conclusions in the investigation report on Tuesday. ' Puerto Rico was an incredibly unsuccessful success, 'said Trump. He received acclaim from FEMA boss Jeff Byard. ' I am convinced that the answer in 2017 was good and I am confident that this time it is. 'But he warned that this is not an ordinary storm, which we recover from in a few days. We prepare for destruction. ''