Feeling your pain: Presidents tread tricky disaster politics – Washington Post

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WASHINGTON — The politics of natural disasters can be tricky for a president. Long before President Donald Trump tossed paper towels to storm-stricken Puerto Ricans and denied Hurricane Maria’s official death toll, his predecessors struggled to steer
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