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Cardi B sent her prayers to the survivors of Haiti's devastating magnitude 7.2 earthquake that left over 1,300 people dead on Sunday.

The epicenter was located about 100 miles west of Haiti's capital city Port-au-Prince.

Rescuers are scrambling to find victims still alive in the rubble before tropical depression Grace arrives on Monday.

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The devastating earthquake comes a month after Haiti's president Jovenel Moise was assassinated by armed members of a hit squad with ties to Miami and the Dominican Republic.

On Saturday, Cardi B, real name Belcalis Almanzar, took to social media to share her sympathy and prayers for the Haitians affected by the earthquake.

"I got a soft spot for Haiti and [its] people. They my cousins. I pray for Haiti they go thru soo much... God please cover that land and its people," she tweeted.

Tennis superstar Naomi Osaka, who was born in Japan, said she will donate all her prize money from an upcoming tournament to the Haitian people.

The Republic of Haiti is located on Hispaniola Island and shares its eastern border with the Dominican Republic where Cardi B's father was born.

Haiti has a history of killer earthquakes. Hispaniola Island sits between two large tectonic plates that are always active.

The 2010 earthquake in Haiti left an estimated 300,000 people dead and 1 million people without homes.
 

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Before visiting the CDC in Atlanta on Friday, President Trump toured the devastation and destruction caused by a tornado in Tennessee. A loyal reader emailed Sandrarose.com to say Trump toured a neighborhood in Cookeville, Tennessee where 24 people died and many lost their homes.

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Trump offered comfort and condolences to families who lost everything. "We love them, they're special people," he said. The president declared a state of emergency and promised disaster aid to help the residents rebuild their shattered neighborhood. Read the email below.

Hello,
First, I would like to say that I am a loyal reader. Second, after reading the Trump post I had to come in and say the President was also in Tennessee yesterday declaring it a state of emergency. We had tornadoes that landed in parts of Nashville and surrounding areas and killed people. Thousands of people are without homes and electricity days after the storm. I don't specifically know the schedule for the president and the recent virus is completely serious but I'm sure he was assessing the grounds in Tennessee yesterday.

Oprah

Oprah Winfrey shared photos and video on social media of the mudslides that affected her multimillion dollar Montecito, Calif. home. 15 people are dead and hundreds are still awaiting rescue in their homes in the wealthy enclave, west of downtown Los Angeles.

The mudslides swept away homes and injured dozens of residents. The damage to Oprah's property was limited to her orange trees and a fence separating her property from her neighbor.

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Joel Osteen

Joel Osteen defended his decision not to provide shelter to Hurricane Harvey victims in Houston until he was shamed into opening his massive Lakewood Church late Tuesday.

Osteen, 52, defended his actions in an interview with the Today Show Wednesday morning. The prosperity preacher said the widespread flooding in Houston caused "safety issues" and the city didn't ask him to open his doors.

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Master P publicly checked Kevin Hart for demanding celebrities open their wallets and donate to Hurricane Harvey victims in Texas. The 47-year-old Louisiana rapper criticized the pint-sized comedian in an interview with gossip webloid TMZ on Tuesday.

The tropical storm struck Texas over the weekend resulting in widespread flooding and devastation in the Houston metropolitan area.

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President Donald Trump and his wife, First Lady Melania Trump touched down on Air Force One in Corpus Christi, Texas on Tuesday to observe the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The first couple landed in Texas on the 12th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana. Fashion bloggers criticized Mrs. Trump for wearing fashionable stiletto pumps to visit southeast Texas where Harvey made landfall late Friday.

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nursing home patients

This photo of elderly nursing home patients sitting in waist-high flood water while awaiting rescue is going viral. This is not a hoax. The assistance living facility is in Dickinson, Texas, near Houston which is mostly underwater. SHAME on Houston's Democratic Mayor Sylvester Turner for ignoring the governor's calls to evacuate before Hurricane Harvey made landfall.

In the aftermath of Harvey, the governor called Turner's office four times offering help, but this idiot mayor refused to return his phone calls.

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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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Jose Mangual

13-year-old Jovan "JoJo" Mangual's name has been added to the list of known victims who were crushed under tons of mud, trees and rocks in Oso, Washington's mudslide on March 22.

JoJo's body was found in the mudslide and officially identified on Thursday.

JoJo's father, Army Staff Sgt. Jose Mangual, showed up at the site every day, wading through the debris looking for his son.

“I want to be there, I want to find my son. I wouldn’t do it any other way,” he said in an interview with CNN Monday.

Mangual searched through mud that was 70 feet deep in some places. “Of the five deployments I’ve been on, nothing compares to this,” he said.

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