FEMA

Obama Promises "No Bureaucracy. No Red Tape," in Storm Response

Pardon our skepticism

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President Barack Obama warned Tuesday of the possibility of more flooding and damage in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, pledging to keep up the federal government's response in the days and weeks ahead.

"This storm is not yet over," Obama said during a visit to American Red Cross national headquarters in downtown Washington.

Obama said he wants people affected by the storm to know "America is with you; we are standing behind you; and we are going to do everything we can to get you back on your feet."