TRUMP CONTINUES TO SUPPORT OHIO: ‘THE PEOPLE OF EAST PALESTINE NEED HELP AND THEY NEED IT RIGHT NOW!’
The aftermath of the train catastrophe from last month is still affecting the residents of East Palestine, Ohio.
President Donald Trump continues to stand up for Ohioans and wrote on his Truth Social account on Tuesday about the current situation, despite the tardy response from the Biden administration.
He pointed out that although Ohio’s governmental leaders had increased their assistance as a result of his visit, the cleanup still needed to be done.
According to CNBC, Ohio just sued Norfolk Southern on 58 counts. According to the lawsuit, the railway business committed numerous state and federal offenses that contributed to the hazardous chemical disaster.
Also, people living in East Palestine and railway workers have reported negative health impacts related to exposure to the pollutants sprayed into the atmosphere.
About half of respondents to a survey done by the Ohio Department of Health and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services last week reported experiencing pain or scorching skin, according to The Columbus Dispatch.
Also, a staggering 74 percent of individuals said they had headaches, and 60 percent said they had coughed.
“We must get people to do the right thing and we must get our political leaders to do the right thing,” President Trump said in response to this in his video message.
While Biden has not thought about visiting the disaster area, Trump made news for traveling to East Palestine and delivering water, goods for cleaning, and other items through RSBN.
He promised in a recent video message, “We’re going to take care of you Ohio,” carrying on the fight to assist Ohioans.