Hurricane Tours Destructive US President Climate elements over Texas get a first-hand glimpse of the active threat to the US mainland, full of tweet-storms.

On Tuesday, Hurricane Harvey got a first-hand glimpse of the US President and its destructive path.

Houston, TX – Hurricane Harvey got a first-hand glimpse of the destructive leader of the free world on Tuesday, surveying the erratic entity as it flew over Southeast Texas.

Clouds above and floodwaters below joined in awe as they witnessed the threatening specimen capable of menacing policy and tweet-storms, make its way across several Gulf Coast counties.

As Marine One skimmed the Texas sky, the once Category-4 storm witnessed bright flashes of orange light-up the dark and stormy skies.

Unlike events in the past, this Commander-in-Chief is expected to sustain damaging budget cuts well into the next 3 years – revealing its epic magnitude.

In a related event, at 12 PM on Tuesday, the “Border Wall Idea” checked in safe on Facebook.

The President is expected to makes its ways back to the east coast, and strengthen again along the way.

One of the strongest storms to hit the nation made landfall the evening of Aug. 25, 2017, along the Gulf region—especially pummeling Texas. Hurricane Harvey brought tornadoes and floods, 130 mph winds and power outages. Buildings were destroyed and homes washed away, and the worst-people were killed and hurt. Now, although Harvey has been downgraded to a Tropical Storm, its wrath is still dangerous: it continues to dump rain as rivers rise and threaten entire neighborhoods. Schools, for now, are closed.

Islamic Relief USA’s Disaster Response Team mobilized quickly, moving from helping survivors of Hurricane Matthew in North Carolina to working to bring aid to those now affected in Texas. They will be working with American Red Cross to set up a “mega shelter” in the Dallas Convention Center. An expected 5,000 evacuees will likely arrive Monday. Once flood water subside, the DRT will move its operations into the Houston area to being disaster assessments and to provide more emergency relief.

Please help efforts in the Gulf Coast by donating today.

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