President Trump’s handling in recent days of his first natural disaster as commander-in-chief will be in the spotlight Sunday as the morning shows focus on the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Trump returned to Texas on Saturday for his second trip in less than a week after intense flooding rocked southeastern parts of the state and portions of Louisiana, displacing thousands and claiming the lives of at least 47 people.
The president and first lady Melania Trump met with volunteers and were photographed handing out food to people and playing with children at a shelter.
“We saw a lot of happiness,” the president told reporters after visiting Houston’s NRG Center.
“It’s been really nice. It’s been a wonderful thing,” he said. “As tough as this was, it’s been a wonderful thing, I think even for the country to watch it and for the world to watch it. It’s been beautiful.”
The trip came after an initial visit to Corpus Christie on Tuesday that critics…