Listen: Alabama, President Trump And Senator Doug Jones discussed on Jim Bohannon
"This is America in the morning. President Trump visits Alabama today to get a firsthand look at the damage done by Sunday's fatal tornadoes. John Lawrence has the latest on the hard hit region. Alabama Senator Doug Jones says the tornadoes that destroyed part of his state can't hurt. The will of the people who live there not gonna let us get a stamp. No matter how bad no matter. How tragic we are. We are resilient. We will rebound we will rebuild the national weather service confirmed Thursday that twelve tornadoes struck Alabama on Sunday flattening trees and reducing structures to rubble state and local officials say a lot of progress has been made over the past few days. We're so glad that the federal government is here partying with the state to allow local execution of disaster response and recovery and now until long term recovery activities to get. The county to a better tomorrow. But more trouble may be lurking on the horizon. Forecasters say more severe weather could be coming this weekend, including to central Alabama. Leshan Wilson says Lee county residents will move forward by helping each other. Our area is just a rural loving community. And I'm just counting on faith that it'll"