Statement from the Press Secretary on President Donald J. Trump Signing H.R. 601
The President appreciates Congress putting aside partisan politics and acting quickly to ensure that first responders, local officials, and Federal emergency management personnel have the resources they need to respond to the natural disasters impacting our Nation. H.R. 601 provides an additional $15.25 billion in emergency appropriations for disaster relief and extends the authorization of the National Flood Insurance Program through December 8th, a welcome action for all of those affected by these terrible disasters.
Additionally, as the damage from Hurricane Irma unfolds, it is especially important that the men and women in the Southeast and our Caribbean territories stand strong and rest assured that this Administration will always put the needs of the American people above partisan politics as usual.
President Donald J. Trump signs the Hurricane Harvey Funding Bill, H.R. 601, Friday, September 8, 2017, at Camp David near Thurmont, MD, which will provide $15 billion in disaster relief for hurricane victims. (Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks)
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