photo White House counsel Donald McGahn, left, listens as President Donald Trump speaks during a cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington. Trump insisted Sunday, Aug. 19, that McGahn isn’t “a John Dean type ’RAT,’” making reference to the Watergate-era White House attorney who turned on Richard Nixon. Trump, in a series of angry tweets, blasted a New York Times story reporting that McGahn has been cooperating extensively with the special counsel team investigating Russian election meddling and potential collusion with Trump’s Republican campaign. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)

President Trump is already predicting that the Democrats will use the tragedy caused by Hurricane Florence to create lies before the midterm elections.

On Tuesday, Trump tweeted the following statement:

“Right now, everybody is saying what a great job we are doing with Hurricane Florence – and they are 100% correct,” he wrote on Twitter. “But don’t be fooled, at some point in the near future the Democrats will start ranting…”

Trump believes the Democrats will create a perception that Trump’s administration is “not doing a good job.” Trump touted the response from FEMA, military troops and first responders to the needs of those impacted by Hurricane Florence.

During a reception for Hispanic Heritage month, Trump recognized the victims of the hurricane and the flooding.

“To every family who has lost a loved one in these really devastating hurricanes and storms: All of America grieves with you,” he said. “Our hands are folded in prayer and outstretched with love. We will never, ever leave your side.”

Flooding continues as rivers crest beyond their banks in North Carolina and South Carolina. Thirty-four deaths have occurred thus far related to Hurricane Florence.

State officials are urging people to not drive through flooded areas and roadways.

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