President Trump said Wednesday that Democrats had largely given up the southeast and deliberately needed relief for farmers and other residents affected by hurricane Michael in October.
"The Democrats are not interested in Georgia. They are not interested in Alabama, "Trump said during a brief appearance at a peak on opioid misuse in Atlanta. "They are not interested in many other states."
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The Georgian legislator has proposed a $ 1
The Democrats in turn accused Trump of neglecting Puerto Rico, the US territory, which was devastated by two hurricanes in favor of Georgia at the end of 2017.  19659007] "Exposing Americans in Georgia to Americans in Puerto Rico is fundamentally wrong and completely unnecessary," said Georgia House's former minority leader and Senate candidate Stacey Abrams. "Georgia families and farmers deserve better leadership, and they are now making real relief."
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has since called Washington incapable of reaching consensus on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution issue.
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"I'm still a long way off when we have over a dozen states affected by this storm, we can not do that," said Kemp, a Republican. "Our people in South Georgia feel like we've forgotten them. I can assure you that we do not have that. "
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Trump described the Democrats' inability to commit disaster relief as a" horrible affair, "but expressed the belief that" we can do it. and much of that money goes to farmers, and that's what we do.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.