Heartwarming Moment: POTUS Trump Hugs & Kisses Children Impacted By Hurricane Harvey in Houston (VIDEO)

The mainstream media wants you to believe President Trump is a monster, a Russian puppet, a white supremacist  — a man unfit to be leader of the free world. That’s why it was quite a shock that they would air footage of the President and First Lady greeting children at NRG stadium in Houston. President Trump hugged, kissed and even “played toys” with children impacted by the storm. It’s a side Trump voters know exists of the President, but so seldom hear about from the mainstream media. 

ABC News reported, “Pres. Trump, Melania Trump, Gov. Abbott join children displaced by  at a hurricane relief center in Houston.”

Fox News reported “Happening Now: @POTUS and @FLOTUS arrive at NRG Stadium in Houston. 

“WATCH: Pres. Trump meets with children and poses for pictures with Harvey victims at NRG Stadium in Houston,” tweeted CBS News.

This is the second visit to Texas in a week for the President and First Lady after Hurricane Harvey caused mind numbing damage to the state.

ABC News reports:

President Donald Trump returns to Texas today, this time to meet with families whose lives have been upended by Hurricane Harvey as well as volunteers with the rescue and recovery efforts.

Trump and first lady Melania Trump plan on visiting Houston and Lake Charles, Louisiana, both areas hit with severe floods.

“The president and first lady will be back here [in Texas] on Saturday out with the families,” Vice President Mike Pence told ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl in an interview Thursday in Rockport, Texas.

This is President Trump‘s second trip to Texas since Harvey hit the southeast part of the state, leaving many displaced and thousands of homes damaged or destroyed.

On Tuesday, President Trump visited Corpus Christi and Austin, Texas, but opted to spend time with state and local officials rather than meeting hurricane survivors or touring the damage firsthand. During his remarks, he praised and thanked government officials and emergency responders, but did not make specific mention of victims of the storm.

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