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Mark Meadows
Businessman, husband, and father proudly representing North Carolina's 11th Congressional District. Chairman of .
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Mark Meadows 19m
Please continue praying for folks across North Carolina and South Carolina in the aftermath of Florence--the flood damage is severe throughout the area and many families have a long road ahead. If you'd like to consider volunteering, see here:
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Mark Meadows 14h
Transparency is a good thing. If we're protecting sources and methods in these documents, Americans deserve to know the full truth. Bottom line: If people are trying to hide this information from you, it says far more about them than it does the President or anyone else.
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Mark Meadows 17h
Transparency wins. This is absolutely the right call from . It's time to get the full truth on the table so the American people can decide for themselves on what happened at the highest levels of their FBI and Justice Department.
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NC Emergency Managem Sep 17
The rains of have brought widespread flooding to North Carolina. Please DO NOT drive through floodwaters, and follow these tips keep your family safe as the recovery process begins.
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NC DPH 23h
Be careful when entering a building damaged by . If there is serious structural damage, contact local officials before entering. Keep electricity turned off if the building has been flooded.
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Mark Meadows 22h
Awful to hear. We are praying for the families of these individuals and for all those still stranded--thank you to our first responders working so hard to find and help them.
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Mark Meadows Sep 16
The McDowell County Emergency Operations Center has a fantastic team working around the clock on recovery efforts. Thanks to all our NC first responders for their incredible work.
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Mark Meadows Sep 15
I have consistently heard the same from folks on the ground--state and local teams are receiving above and beyond support from the federal level. Thank you and all involved for helping NC and SC get on the road to recovery.
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Mark Meadows Sep 14
Continuing to monitor Hurricane Florence as the storm moves inland. Federal, state, and local officials have been outstanding in getting our folks prepared. Thanks in particular to and --they are working around the clock.
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NC Emergency Managem Sep 14
safety tips: - STAY INDOORS. Do not venture out during the storm. - Do NOT drive or walk through stagnant or moving floodwaters. - If your power goes out, do NOT operate gas powered generators or charcoal grills in or near your home. - Have your emergency kit ready!
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Mark Meadows Sep 14
I want to thank the folks at for their tireless work preparing for the emergency response to Hurricane Florence in NC and SC. Stephen Flippin and team have been outstanding.
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NWS WPC Sep 14
Life-threatening, catastrophic flash flooding and prolonged significant river flooding are likely over portions of the Carolinas and the southern and central Appalachians through early next week as is expected to slow down as it approaches the coast and moves inland.
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NC Emergency Managem Sep 13
Please heed the warnings from if you happen to be traveling during or after .
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NC Emergency Managem Sep 13
Need assistance? Text "Florence" to 898211 for assistance. You can also call 2-1-1 to speak to a specialist.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 13
Here are the 5 AM EDT Key Messages for Hurricane . Follow the latest at
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Mark Meadows Sep 12
New Strzok texts out tonight, raising even more concerns about potential media leaks at the FBI. and I will react and discuss with at 9:20pm. Hope you'll tune in.
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Rep. Jim Jordan Sep 12
. and I are going on with shortly to discuss breaking news on the Strzok-Page texts. Tune in at 9:20!
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Andy Shain Sep 12
No significant path change in latest forecast. After hovering around Wilmington on Fri, the storm is projected to start on a path through the middle of South Carolina on Sat that could last until Mon AM. But the big cone suggests storm could shift inland.
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NC Emergency Managem Sep 12
Colonel Glenn McNeill: "Public safety remains #1 priority. Do NOT call 911 or *hp for road conditions while driving. Up to date road conditions can be found by visiting ." You can also call 211 with questions about road conditions.
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Craig Melvin Sep 12
Am in Wilmington, NC. FEMA Official just said something that bears repeating. This is the time when neighbors should help neighbors. Govt should provide adequate response but we should be checking on each other too.
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