TRUMP’S MESSAGE TO JOE BIDEN IN OHIO: ‘GET OVER HERE’
During his visit to East Palestine, Ohio on Wednesday, Trump conveyed a clear and strong message to Joe Biden: “Come over here!”
When reporter Savanah Hernandez asked what his message to Joe Biden would be, he said.
Biden has yet to visit East Palestine in the aftermath of the deadly chemical train disaster, which reportedly poisoned the community’s water and harmed the health of inhabitants and animals.
Instead, Biden traveled to Ukraine, where he offered to deliver another $500 million in military aid to the troubled Eastern European country.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen stated on Thursday that the United States will provide an additional $10 billion in economic assistance to Ukraine.
According to RSBN, the public has been outraged by the Biden administration’s failure to respond to the disaster in Ohio. FEMA initially delayed supplies to the devastated area until President Trump announced his visit.
Trump wrote on Truth Social that he was glad FEMA had opted to take action: “Biden and FEMA said they would not be sending federal aid to East Palestine. As soon as I announced that I’m going, he announced a team will go. Hopefully, he will also be there. This is good news because we got them to ‘move.’ The people of East Palestine need help. I’ll see you on Wednesday!”
Regrettably, Biden has yet to decide whether or not to visit Ohio. Joseph Biden and his wife, Jill, traveled to Namibia in Africa on Wednesday, while Trump delivered pallets of potable water and food to afflicted American residents of the East Palestine hamlet.
The Bidens’ vacation to Africa will span five days, according to the Associated Press.