Donald Trump is in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, helping hand out supplies to flood victims, as President Obama vacations in Martha’s Vineyard.
On Friday, Trump Force One touched down in the Louisiana capitol where the presidential nominee along with vice presidential hopeful Mike Pence visited the victims of recent floods that have left 13 people dead, and thousands displaced.
WATCH: Trump and Pence disembark from Plane in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to tour flooding. https://t.co/xrSlortUF1
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Trump shook the hands of first responders eagerly awaiting his arrival on the tarmac of the city’s airport, and later traveled into hard-hit neighborhoods to inspect flood-ravaged homes and meet directly with victims.
“Donald Trump acted more presidential than the president himself, by immediately going to Louisiana while President Obama chose to continue playing golf and Hillary Clinton phoned in her views,” former New York City Mayor and Trump supporter Rudy Giuliani said in a statement.