Staten Island's Rep. Michael Grimm and Joplin, Missouri's Mayor Melodee Colbert-Kean give Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin advice on recovering from disaster.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin says she needs the president's help cutting through red tape to get disaster funds to Moore residents in the wake of the devastating tornado.
“Basically what I need is the ability to get through red tape, the ability to get the FEMA funds in here quickly and to get the services that our citizens need to help them recover through this terrible disaster.”
"This is a massive debris field. It's not just a couple blocks. It's miles. It's 17 miles long, almost a mile and a half wide. So it's not just a little area. There's a lot to be done here. A lot of businesses are closed, a lot of people without jobs just because their businesses are closed."
As residents of Moore, Oklahoma begin to recover in the wake of Monday’s deadly twister, we’ll ask Governor Mary Fallin (R-OK) about the urgent needs of survivors and why there aren’t more storm shelters there. Plus, insight from two lawmakers who have rebuilt after major disasters: Staten Island Congressman Michael Grimm and Joplin, Missouri Mayor Melodee Colbert-Kean.
Then, House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul (R-TX) reacts to the president’s major counterterrorism speech on curtailing drones and closing Guantanamo Bay prison.
Plus, our panel weighs in on the IRS official put on leave and the Boy Scouts decision to allow gay youths to join. Joining us are CNN Senior Political Analyst Ron Brownstein, The Chicago Tribune’s Clarence Page, and Former House Speaker, Newt Gingrich.
Sunday at 9a / 12p ET