"It's been really nice", according to the pool report. "I think even for the country to watch it and for the world to watch".
On Tuesday, President Trump visited Corpus Christi and Austin, Texas, but opted to spend time with state and local officials rather than meeting hurricane survivors or touring the damage firsthand.
Meadows said linking the two measures "puts everybody in a very hard situation" and would not be practical.
He told volunteers handing out food and hygiene products: "I don't know if it gets better, but we're going to try to make it better".
Saturday's stops offered Trump another opportunity to serve as the nation's "comforter in chief" following the tragedy, his first major crisis while in office.
The next day, during a visit to Missouri to call on Congress to pass sweeping tax cuts, Trump spoke directly about the people affected by the storm, and has been making a point to humanize his remarks in the days since. "He'd love some suggestions from here and I'd be happy to take those if any of you have them".
National Guard troops at the center shouted to Trump, "we're proud of you" and "you're doing a fantastic job". "We will see you soon".
Fires broke out over two days at a chemical plant near Houston that was flooded by Harvey, and authorities said they expect more fires. "Today it's all swept up and cleaned up".
Trump will head to Louisiana later Saturday.
The administration on Friday asked Congress for $7.85 billion in disaster relief funding as part of an initial request for funds.
Bad approval ratings don't phase the White House as spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Friday that they are "silly".
Congress will convene next week to consider an emergency aid package for Harvey's victims. It would add $7.4 billion to Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster aid coffers and $450 million to finance disaster loans for small businesses. Otherwise, Mulvaney said, the White House might not be able to spend the money because the government is running out of cash.
But the request is essentially just a down payment on a tab that will very likely be billions more.
If the debt ceiling isn't raiased soon, the USA government will only have enough cash to continue funding its operations through September 29, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has told lawmakers.
Trump appears to have internalized much of that criticism, tweeting the morning after his visit that his "heart goes out even more so to the great people of Texas!"
But, as is often the case in Washington, a funding fight may be inevitable. If it doesn't approve a spending plan by the end of the month, the government will shut down. But now, as the waters begin to recede, residents of all colors and socio-economic statuses find themselves united in loss, despair and resilience. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Texas Sen.
Meanwhile, memorial and funeral services have already begun for some of Harvey's known 42 victims.
Meanwhile, officials in Beaumont, Texas, population nearly 120,000, worked to fix their water treatment plan t, which failed after the swollen Neches River inundated the main intake system and backup pumps failed.
Mr Abbott warned that in some parts of the state, rivers were still rising and flooding "poses an ongoing threat".
Emergency workers scouted the area Friday to learn how many people had not left their flooded homes. "It's a mess and it stinks". They said no specific dollar figures or timing were discussed.
This has ruffled some feathers in the Shiv Sena ranks as its ally BJP has now turned into an important rival. Modi had inducted 21 new ministers as the Devendra Fadnavis-led Maharashtra government was seeking stability.
He estimated it could affect 1 percent of the USA gross domestic product, eventually costing about $160 billion. Brent prices have fallen 1.79% in the past week due to fears of an inventory build up as a result of the storm.
About 100,000 homes were damaged by the storm, White House Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert said in a briefing. House Republicans expect to approve an initial $5.9 billion package in Harvey aid in the next week or two.
She said: 'As we prepare to leave the European Union, it is vital that we build on our existing ties with friends and allies. Abe called the launching of a North Korean missile over Japan earlier this week an unprecedented and outrageous act.
Unfortunately, it is possible that this new system could bring heavy rain to waterlogged parts of Texas and Louisiana. Beasley said the heaviest rain associated with the remnants of Harvey will be west of the Bluefield forecast area.
Prevendido's companion Jason who is said to be the suspect's son was also killed during the encounter. The incident took place in Landheights Subdivision in Barangay Balabago, Jaro District, Iloilo City .
Some have speculated that the North may conduct a nuclear test or a significant missile test on Saturday, a national holiday. The H-bomb can be detonated even at high altitudes for extremely powerful EMP attacks, it added.
North Korea's regime has "succeeded in making a more developed nuke", according to the country's state news agency. This week, North Korea launched an intermediate-range missile, identified by the North Koreans as the Hwasong-12.
Department of State and targets the selling of commodities such as coal, iron and lead as well as seafood. The expanded sanctions aimed to reduce North Korea's export revenue by $1 billion according to the U.S.
Meanwhile a new storm, Irma, had strengthened on Friday into a Category 3 hurricane on the five-step Saffir-Simpson scale. The White House says President Donald Trump is pledging $1 million in personal funds to Harvey storm relief efforts.
'I'm here for the long term,' British Prime Minister May says
Mrs May's defiant stance was backed by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who said the PM had the "undivided" support of ministers. Mr Shapps described the election result as "disastrous" and said Mrs May can not go from that to "I'll go on forever".
Oil prices turn lower as Harvey flooding weighs
Meanwhile, U.S. official shave cracked open the nation's stockpile of oil reserves to ease the storm's impact on gas prices. And for New Jersey residents, gas Thursday is averaging $2.41, up two cents overnight and up four cents in the last week.
Fromm leads Georgia to win in unexpected debut
Georgia's defense, expected to be among the nation's best, did its job Saturday, completely suffocating the overwhelmed visitors. MOORE RESPECT: The Mountaineers' running game is led by Jalin Moore , who was the 2016 Sun Belt offensive player of the year.
Railroad commissioner: There's no fuel crisis in Texas
On Aug. 4, the lowest prices registered in the area ranged between $1.99 and $2.14 per gallon, according to the site. Gas prices at almost every other gas station in the area have increased dramatically, from $2.19 to $2.39 in places.
Gas prices begin surge in wake of Harvey
U.S gasoline prices surged anew after Colonial pipeline COLPI.UL, which operates the biggest USA fuel transporter system. If you operate refineries not impacted by the Gulf, you are able to sell that gasoline for more".
Twins blow out Royals 17-0
Andres Machado relieved Garcia to make his major league debut, but the former minor league starter's stay was short as well. The Twins are averaging nearly six runs per game since August 2, with a plus-76 scoring margin over those 31 games.
Turner Announces Mandatory Evacuation for Parts of West Houston
The area under order is for the area west of Gessner, east of Highway 6, south of the I-10 freeway, and north of Briar Forest. Starting Sunday morning, crews will start going house-to-house in that area to turn off power to any homes that are inundated.
Trump May Withdraw From South Korean Trade Pact
Trump has said many countries that export more goods to the United States than they import are fleecing USA workers and consumers. By threatening to withdraw from the trade deal, the United States is hoping to force South Korea back to the negotiating table.