Obama to Visit Oklahoma

    WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 16:  U.S. President Barack Obama looks to see if it stopped raining as a U.S. Marine holds an umbrella for hims, during a news conference with Prime Minister Erdogan of Turkey (not shown), in the Rose Garden at the White House, May 16, 2013 in Washington, DC. President Obama answered questions on the IRS Justice Department invesigation.  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

    Mark Wilson

    The president will visit to Moore, Oklahoma, on Sunday to survey the damage of the tornado that leveled the town earlier this week, the White House has announced. Obama will meet with families displaced by the storm that has killed 24, injured hundreds more, and razed countless homes, even an entire school. The president will also meet with first responders and other emergency workers who kicked into high gear during and after the storm. Press Secretary Jay Carney said Obama has also ordered federal agencies to “provide all available resources” to the state for recovery efforts.

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