How Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are making their mark on America’s inner cities


Donald Trump Jr. and his family are making a splash in the inner city, as they are now being praised for their work helping families rebuild from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.

The Trumps have made the trip to Houston to deliver a speech on the economic benefits of rebuilding.

The trip comes as the government’s disaster relief efforts are reaching a critical point.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is warning that a catastrophic flood of $100 billion could hit Texas by early next week.

But the Trumps’ efforts have drawn the praise of the nation’s top emergency planners and experts.

Here’s what we know so far.

The Trump family has already shown it has the expertise to help the poor.

They are helping to rebuild Houston after Hurricane Harvey left more than a million people without electricity.

They also helped bring relief to the Houston area following Hurricane Irma, which damaged or destroyed more than 50,000 homes.

Trump is helping to restore the city of Cleveland after Hurricane Maria.

But their focus has been on rebuilding, not merely helping the poor and people in need.

The government also has put a high priority on the needs of the inner cities.

The White House has promised to expand the Earned Income Tax Credit, which provides tax breaks to help people earn income from tips, in states and cities hit hard by the economic downturn.

Trump has also promised to extend the Work Opportunity Tax Credit to millions of workers, including those who have been laid off or laid off from their jobs, and to boost the Earning Income Tax Credits program for people who make less than $75,000 per year.

The administration has also announced a new $1.9 trillion investment in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which will allow the federal government to invest up to $1 trillion to help with the recovery and rebuild.

The $1 billion is part of the stimulus package that Congress approved in March.

But experts say it will have little effect on people’s daily lives.

“I think it’s a small part of what they are trying to do, and I think they can probably do a lot more to help them,” said Dan Balz, director of the Urban Institute’s Metropolitan Policy Program.

The city of Houston, for instance, is the largest in the country, with about 3.3 million people.

Its unemployment rate is roughly 10% and its poverty rate is around 50%.

But Balz said the Trussons’ focus on the inner-city is a mistake.

“They are taking their money and they are using it to buy real estate and they’re not really trying to help low-income families,” he said.

The first major flood The Trussmans arrived in Houston after Tropical Storm Harvey, which left thousands without power in the Houston metropolitan area.

In addition to giving the city a $1 million boost, the Tramps have also put $500,000 toward rebuilding the city’s downtown, which was devastated by the storm.

Trump, who has been criticized for not having his wife visit Houston before the hurricane, has spent $250 million of his own money on relief efforts in the city.

And he is expected to spend $100 million in the next three months.

The president is also planning to invest $50 million to $100 for the city in order to help flood victims and rebuilding efforts.

The disaster relief effort has helped to revive the city, with businesses and institutions starting to reopen, Balz added.

“There’s been a lot of activity,” Balz told NBC News.

“Businesses have reopened.

Restaurants have reopened and businesses have opened up.

There are a lot people who are getting back to work and doing things they normally wouldn’t be able to do.” “

We’ve seen a lot, and people are very hopeful.

There are a lot people who are getting back to work and doing things they normally wouldn’t be able to do.”

Trump and the Trampos have made a big impact on the economy.

Trump’s family is already making a big splash in Houston.

They will deliver a keynote address to the annual Houston Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Dinner in Houston on Friday night.

The dinner is hosted by the Houston Chamber and the Texas League of Cities.

The Houston Chamber is a business group that represents a broad range of Houston business owners, and it is one of the most prominent business groups in the state.

It recently hosted Trump for a visit, and the president was in attendance.

Trump said he was “looking forward to continuing to work with them to help rebuild the Houston community.”

But Trump also said he is open to helping with any additional funding, including additional stimulus, but that he doesn’t want to start talking about any specific programs until the storm is over.

“Our goal is to help as much as possible,” Trump said.

“As long as there is a relief effort going on, we’re all for it.”

Trump has called Harvey a “disaster” and said he would not be willing to spend more money on rebuilding.

But he has also said that if Congress doesn’t pass an emergency funding bill,