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With Hurricane Harvey bearing down on Texas, President Donald Trump had a message for the people of The Lone Star State.

As Trump left the White House to spend the weekend at the Camp David presidential retreat in Maryland, a reporter asked if he had any words for the people of Texas.

“Good luck to everybody,” Trump said, giving a thumbs up while holding granddaughter Arabella Kushner’s hand. “They’re gonna be safe. Good luck to everybody. Good luck.”

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Trump was followed by First Lady Melania Trump, his son Barron, and Ivanka Trump’s son Joseph Kushner.

The Washington Post reported that Trump will stay in contact with his homeland security team while at Camp David.

Hurricane Harvey, currently a Category 3 storm, is the first major hurricane to hit Texas in nearly nine years.

It has been labeled by forecasters as a "life-threatening storm," which could bring up to three feet of rain, 125 mph winds and 12-foot storm surges.

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