First lady Melania Trump visits Harvey responders, dines at Whataburger

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President Trump and the first lady traveled to the Houston area just days after Harvey made landfall to also comfort victims and thank emergency personnel.

Trump and Pence traveled to Texas on Wednesday to check on the relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Stephanie Grisham, White House director of communications for Melania Trump, tweeted a photo of the duo as they smiled at the order station. But before she left, she stopped by Whataburger to partake in a Texas tradition - Whataburger. They are here for ongoing help for #HurricaneHarvey. "She and Karen Pence dined at Whataburger today with my wife, the First Lady of Texas".

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Their visit caught the attention of Whataburger, which tweeted, "Hope it was a great meal!"

The four spent time at the Signature Hangar with 40 to 50 first responders including members of the U.S. Army, Corpus Christi Fire Department, Rockport Police Department and Nueces County Sheriff's Office.

Trump and Pence flew through Corpus Christi, which means Whataburger. They also visited the family's new Manufactured Housing Unit, provided by FEMA, which will serve as the family's temporary residence until they can move into a new, rebuilt home.

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Trump "comes here to Texas with a caring heart and a true concern and compassion for all those impacted by the storm", she said.

The leaking, hurricane-damaged Corpus Christi warehouse of Coastal Bend Food Bank was the final stop of the trip.

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