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  President and First Lady Meet with Hurricane Victims in Puerto Rico  CSPAN  October 3, 2017 7:52pm-8:01pm EDT

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>> on wednesday, the senate budget committee will consider public republicans 2018. life starting at 2:30 p.m. eastern on c-span three. you can also follow that online on c-span .org or use the brief c-span radio app. for chair and ceo of fax richard smith testified for several congressional committees this week about the company's data breach. tomorrow he will be set to appear before the senate banking committee and you watch live coverage of that at 10:00 a.m. eastern on c-span three. also online or using the c-span radio app. thursday mr. smith will answer questions from the house financial services committee. live coverage starting at 9:30 a.m. eastern, also on c-span three. >> president assad visited puerto rico today and "the new york times" quotes the president every one of the officials was.
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mr. trump said "you can be proud of all your people, all of our people are working together. sixteen versus literally thousands of people. you can be very proud" here is video of president trump and first lady millenia trumpet touring the damage from hurricane maria. [background noises]
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[background noises] how did your house do? it got wiped out on top? [inaudible] looks like the concrete holds up at the wood doesn't, the water is not holding up? were you in the house when it was happening but yes, we were. >> did you think that was the end? >> actually we knew the structure would hold but the winds were worse than we expected. >> worse than anything you've seen before?
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did you appear that the house would go? >> the second floor probably but not the house. >> and that is what happened? >> yeah, thank you for being here. [inaudible] we want to let your governor and mayor and know they have done a passable job. >> thank you. [background noises]
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folks, hold right here. press, hold. >> great looking family. how are you? good to see you. [backgroun [inaudible conversations] we have been without electricity
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so, he never had that. >> how was irma compared to the? >> no, not -- >> how long have you been in the house? >> twenty years. >> how long have you been in puerto rico? >> we've come and gone but we've always come back. puerto rico is puerto rico. >> did you feel safe? >> since it was concrete we felt safe. >> not a lot of movement in the vibration? >> no, no. >> in the meantime, here you are. >> exactly, exactly. >> we will help you out. >> thank you, mr. president.
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>> great to see you. great to hear you have helped. [background noises] >> c-span's washington journal, live everyday with news and policy issues that impact you. coming up wednesday morning, new jersey republican serviceman talks about the republican tax plan. democratic delegate from the virgin islands, on hurricane recovery efforts. then politico capital hill bureau chief discusses congressional gun-control efforts. be sure to watch c-span's washington journal, live at
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seven eastern. during the discussion. >> what kind of work do you do? >> i am entertainer. >> are you u.s. open smart. >> no, i was called by the uso but i am an entertainer and i don't want to go much past that. >> is this share? >> yeah. >> and he spent the day at walter reed contract. >> they were great guys and the men that took me around, you no, they were in the services and they were fabulous men. mike and john and these boys had unbelievable courage and they still set for the most part they were glad they did it and they felt that it was their duty.
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