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EMA’s Acting Associate Administrator for Response and Recovery, David Bibo, spoke on CNN about Hurricane Ida Response
FEMA’s Acting Associate Administrator for Response and Recovery, David Bibo, spoke on CNN about Hurricane Ida Response

On CNN, Mr. Bibo underscored the instructions FEMA received during the President’s visit.
"The President's message was clear as a bell to the FEMA team, which was lean forward and do everything you can to support the people of Louisiana, Mississippi and anyone else affected by Hurricane Ida. We've been pre-positioning for days throughout the projected area of impact."

FEMA’s Acting Associate Administrator for Response and Recovery, David Bibo, spoke on MSNBC
FEMA’s Acting Associate Administrator for Response and Recovery, David Bibo, spoke on MSNBC about Hurricane Ida Response

FEMA’s Acting Associate Administrator for Response and Recovery, David Bibo, spoke on MSNBC about the dangers of Hurricane Ida.

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. talking behind a podium
President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. spoke with fema staff and briefed the media in the NRCC

“The storm is life-threatening, and its devastation is likely to be immense. Everyone should listen to the instructions of state and local officials,” warned the President. He went on to speak directly to those in the hurricane’s path.

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. talking in front of a podium with multiple fema staff standing beside and behind him in the nrcc
President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. briefed the media in the NRCC

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. briefed the media earlier today on federal agencies’ preparedness and response efforts on Hurricane Ida, after receiving an update briefing at FEMA’s National Response Coordination Center. Life safety is FEMA’s main priority as dangerous wind, storm surge and flooding continue to threaten the Gulf Coast. The President urged those in the storm’s path to take it seriously.