President Trump will touch down in Corpus Christi, Texas, at noon Tuesday to survey the flood damage wrought by Hurricane Harvey, the White House announced Monday. Melania Trump will accompany her husband during the trip to the city, whose port was damaged when Harvey made landfall late Friday about 30 miles away as a Category...
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