Republican senators will head home for a long holiday break proud of the tax relief they passed for their donors, while those still recovering from deadly natural disasters see no relief at all.
The finding from CNN is a clear indication that Trump's Katrina-like handling of the devastation in Puerto Rico isn't going unnoticed by the American people.
It may be smart politics for a Senator from Kentucky to drone on about spending cuts while thousands of Americans are counting on relief funding, but it's not what compassionate human beings do.
Disasters have a way of erasing all markers of division and bringing people together revealing the best of our shared humanity.
Rescuers searched flooded sections of southeastern Texas for people trapped by Hurricane Harvey's deluge on Friday, and Houston's mayor warned residents of the city's west that their neighborhoods may remain underwater for two weeks.
Trouble could be brewing as conservative House Republicans are already warning Speaker Paul Ryan not to lump Harvey disaster relief in with a debt ceiling increase.
Hurricane Harvey is now in the running to be the worst natural disaster in US history, so Donald Trump is ignoring the Texas victims and heading to Missouri for a campaign rally.
Republicans refuse to admit it, but rolling back regulations can have deadly consequences. As an example weeks before Hurricane Harvey hit, Trump rolled back an Obama era regulation that required infrastructure to be built with rising sea levels in mind.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) did what Donald Trump appears incapable of doing. She offered real support and ways for people to help Hurricane Harvey victims.
FEMA Director Brock Long is calling Hurricane Harvey the worst disaster in Texas history while Donald Trump is touting how great everything is going.
Trump showed that he is mentally not there on Sunday by dismissing Hurricane Harvey flooding, which is killing people, as going great while focusing his attention on attacking Democrats and lying about Mexico paying for the wall.
The Republican Party is demanding praise for Donald Trump because the President managed to get a Hurricane Harvey briefing while on vacation.
The worst flooding due to Hurricane Harvey is yet to come, but Donald Trump is already proclaiming that he is doing a great job.
Trump offered no reassurance that his administration is prepared to handle the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey. His only message to the people of Texas was, "Good Luck" as he did his usual Friday bolt from the White House.
The refusal of the Trump administration to adequately nominate and staff the federal government could come back to bite them as a major hurricane is set to strike the United States.
Hurricane Harvey intensified early on Friday into potentially the most powerful hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland in more than a decade, as authorities warned locals to shelter from what could be life-threatening winds and floods.
Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley (Iowa) felt the need to remind the President Of The United States to pay attention to the hurricane that is about to hit the state of Texas.
Trump's declining mental health and inability to govern a country combined with the strong winds and flash floods of a massive hurricane are the recipe for a complete catastrophe.
The Trump White House is helping Texas prepare for Hurricane Harvey by releasing a propaganda video that shows Donald Trump walking through FEMA with action movie music playing in the background.
The first potential natural disaster to hit the United States since Donald Trump took office is poised to strike Texas, and Donald Trump is leading by retweeting racists and fighting with Mitch McConnell.