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The NY Post shines a spotlight on America’s media collusion to bury Donald Trump and help Hillary Clinton win the election in November.

There is no better example of the media’s partisanship than the coverage of Trump’s visit to flood-stricken Louisiana while Obama played golf on Martha’s Vineyard last week.

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Residents of Greenwell Springs, Louisiana cheered Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during his visit on Friday.

Trump kept his promise to tour the flood-ravaged areas of Louisiana where 13 people died and more than 85,000 people are homeless.

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American President Barack Obama has no intentions of leaving the golf course in Martha’s Vineyard, MA. to fly to flood-ravaged Louisiana.

Meanwhile Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his running mate, Mike Spence, arrived in Greenwell Springs, Louisiana to tour the flood-stricken area.

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Taylor Swift

Tayor Swift has opening her heart and her checkbook to Louisiana flooding victims. The pop singer donated $1 million to Louisiana flood victims, many of whom lost their worldly possessions.

She told the Associated Press that Louisiana was so welcoming to her when she toured there.

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Glenda and Damian Moore

A Staten Island mother is grieving the loss of her two young sons who were swept away during Hurricane Sandy. Searchers found the bodies of Brandon, 2 and Connor, 4, in marshland about 30 yards from where they went missing Monday.

But Glenda Moore’s story about a large wave ripping the children from her arms is raising troubling questions.

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President Obama declared New York a disaster area as Hurricane Sandy pounded the east coast of the United States with sheets of rain and high winds, leaving several people dead and millions without power.

Winds are still gusting at 45 mph in some areas of the East. 30 foot storm surges were reported as Sandy came ashore in the New York and New Jersey areas.

President Obama suspended his campaign efforts to concentrate on federal hurricane relief efforts. On Monday, Obama stood before the cameras and warned New Yorkers to evacuate or stay inside their homes. He said Hurricane Sandy would be “big and powerful” but he said the federal government was ready.

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Hurricane Sandra is shaping up to be the biggest storm to hit the eastern seaboard of the United States in 100 years. That’s not good news to residents living in the flood-prone Tri-state areas — directly in the storm’s path.

Dubbed “Superstorm” by the media and “Frankenstorm” by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Hurricane Sandy cut a swathe of destruction across Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba, leaving 28 people dead and many injured.

When Hurricane Irene threatened the East coast last year, NY Mayor Bloomberg released a map of flood zones based on hurricane category severity. The Lower East Side, Coney Island, Upper East Side and Staten Island are all at risk for serious flooding.

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