Before Departing To Carolina, Trump Unloads His Two Cents On Kav Drama & Sessions

President Trump talks to reporters before boarding Marine One to North Carolina. Photo credit to US4Trump with Screen Grabs, ZeroHedge.President Trump talks to reporters before boarding Marine One to North Carolina. Photo credit to US4Trump with Screen Grabs, ZeroHedge.

President Trump is on his way to check out Hurricane Florence damage in North Carolina.

As he leaves the White House – he speaks with reporters on multiple subjects as Marine One waits on the ready for the President to board. (VIDEOS BELOW)

President Trump talks about his trip to North Carolina. 

President Trump tells America a quick update on Florence then his schedule for the day.

He said, “The rivers are cresting. They are just starting to crest. We’re really just going to say ‘hello’ to all of the folks from FEMA…the miliatry. The people that are working so hard.”

“And I think it will be an incredible day. We’ll be coming back at around six or seven tonight,” he told the reporters.

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President Trump was asked about Kavanaugh.

He said, “It’s up to the Senate, and I really rely on them. I think they’re going to do a good job.”

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When questioned about Attorney General Jeff Sessions – President Trump did not hold back his honest thoughts on the subject.

“I am disappointed int he Attorney General for numerous reasons, and you understand that,” President Trumps said.

President Trump was asked about NOKO.

President Trump told the reporters, “We had very good news from North Korea, South Korea. They met. And we had great responses. I got a tremendous letter from Kim Jong Un. As you know, it was delivered three days ago.” (Video Below)

He continued, “We’re making tremendous progress with respect to North Korea prior to becoming President. It looked like we were going to war with North Korea and now we have a lot of progress. We’ve gotten our prisoners back. We’re getting our remains back. They’re continuing to come in.”

“No missle testing. No nuclear testing,” President Trump pointed out.