President Trump is visiting the Carolinas to survey damage left behind by Hurricane Florence, while some areas begin recovery and others face the threat of flooding.
Senator Lindsey Graham says a military solution to the North Korean issue is still possible.
In an interview today, Senator Graham discussed the speculation that the U.S. military considered moving dependents out of South Korea at the height of tensions with the North.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham calls for an investigation into allegations of ‘systemic anti-trump bias’ at the Obama-Era DOJ and FBI. The Republican announced plans Thursday, to get in touch with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, to appoint an independent counsel to look into the accusations.
Graham went on to criticize Rosenstein for failing to look into the matter himself, saying the Strzok-Page texts alone “scream for the need of a special counsel.”
With Hurricane Florence bearing down on the East Coast, residents North Carolina are rushing to fuel up their gas tanks before it’s too late.
Hurricane Florence is already being called the storm of a lifetime in certain parts of the Carolinas and officials throughout the southeast corridor are warning residents if they don’t evacuate now — they are on their own.
The East Coast is bracing for Hurricane Florence as it continues to strengthen.
President Trump reaches out to local officials as Hurricane Florence barrels toward the East Coast.