On Wednesday, Former President Donald Trump is slated to travel to Ohio to offer aid to the inhabitants impacted by the terrible train collision. Trump has expressed his disapproval of President Joe Biden’s handling of the Ohio train crash victims and his decision to spend President’s Day with Ukrainians instead. Trump has been an outspoken supporter of the “Rust Belt States”, especially Ohio and Pennsylvania, which have been severely affected by the East Palestine railway disaster.
Trump Unleashes on Joe Biden for Visiting Ukraine on Presidents Dayhttps://t.co/VTvYn3NuHL
— Election Wizard 🇺🇸 (@ElectionWiz) February 21, 2023
On February 3, a hazardous chemicals-laden Norfolk Southern freight train derailed at the eastern end of town, causing an explosion and fire. As a result, on February 4, the city council declared a “state of emergency,” and on February 6, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine expanded the evacuation zone to allow for the controlled burning and release of vinyl chloride in a nearby trench. Subsequently, some of the residents have filed a class-action lawsuit against Norfolk Southern in the aftermath of the incident.
The Mayor of East Palestine just ended Joe Biden’s career on live TV for traveling to Ukraine instead of Ohio.
What a brutal flamethrower 🔥 pic.twitter.com/0AQq6a5rJ4
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) February 21, 2023
According to Trump, the Biden administration’s response to the train crash was initially slow, and it was only after his planned visit was announced that the administration took action. The contamination of hazardous materials from the spill has led to the closure of Ohio River water intake valves in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Although chemical testing in some locations along the waterway has shown low levels of contamination, the Northern Kentucky Water District (NKWD) and Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) have taken precautionary measures. Both Democrats and Republicans have criticized the sluggish response.
According to the Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey, in hypothetical match-ups for the 2024 election, former President Trump is leading against both President Biden and Vice President Harris. The survey revealed that if the election were held today, 46 percent of the participants would vote for Trump, with 41 percent supporting Biden. Trump is still the top choice among a large field of Republican contenders. Of the respondents, 37 percent said they would vote for Trump, and 19 percent said they would vote for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R).
On Wednesday, Former President Donald Trump will visit Ohio to demonstrate his solidarity with the individuals affected by the devastating train crash. Trump has expressed his disapproval of President Joe Biden’s disregard for the victims of the Ohio train crash, particularly on President’s Day when he chose to meet with Ukrainians instead. Trump believes that this act conveys a message of disregard to voters in a crucial election state.
On February 3, a Norfolk Southern freight train transporting hazardous chemicals derailed, causing an explosion and fire on the eastern edge of the town. Consequently, the city council announced a “state of emergency” on February 4, and Ohio Governor oh Ohio, Mike DeWine extended the evacuation zone on February 6 to enable the regulated release and combustion of vinyl chloride in a trench close by. The accident has resulted in environmental harm, fatalities of animals and fish, and the possible pollution of air and drinking water.
According to Trump, his upcoming visit has pushed the Biden administration to take action, as their response to the incident was deemed sluggish and has received criticism from both Democrats and Republicans. In response to the potential pollution of hazardous materials from the spill, Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky have shut down their Ohio River water intake valves. Following testing that has uncovered low levels of chemicals in certain parts of the waterway, the Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) and Northern Kentucky Water District (NKWD) are taking precautionary steps.
According to the Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey, former President Trump is leading President Biden and Vice President Harris in hypothetical 2024 match-ups. If an election were to take place today, the survey revealed that 46 percent of those surveyed would vote for Trump, while 41 percent would support Biden. Trump is still the top candidate in a crowded Republican field, with 37 percent of respondents indicating that they would vote for him, and 19 percent supporting Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R).
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