President George H.W. Bush did not address the crowd but smiled and waved from the stage. "We came together. We helped one another and through it all we remained resilient", Trump said in a video message played during the "Deep From The Heart, The One America Appeal" concert at Texas A&M University's Reed Arena.
The concert, which was streamed live on the One America Appeal website, featured performances by country band Alabama, Grammy-winning "Soul Man" singer Sam Moore, gospel legend Yolanda Adams as well as Texas musicians Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen.
Dubbed "Deep in the Heart" in a dual reference to the song "Deep in the Heart of Texas" and the idea that Americans' compassion for victims runs deep, the concert is taking place at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
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President Donald Trump offered a video greeting that avoided his past criticism of the former presidents and called them "some of America's finest public servants".
As the Trump administration is noted to have been slow to bring aid to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico, the U.S. president occupied himself instead with tweeted accusations that members of the island's government displayed "poor leadership", and that "electric and all infrastructure was disaster before hurricanes".
A hurricane relief concert has begun in Texas featuring the five living former US presidents appearing together for the first time since 2013.
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At the beginning of the concert, George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation CEO David B. Jones said the One America Appeal fundraising initiative had already raised more than $31 million from across over 80,000 contributors. "Thank you, God bless you and may God bless the United States of America". "I would go, yes", Carter said, explaining that he, like many, is "afraid, too, of a situation" sparked by the war of words between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
"We know how committed they all are to helping the victims of all these hurricanes try to get back on their feet", Young said.
Young announced $31 million had been raised since One America Appeal began its campaign on September 7, and Lady Gaga later said that she was donating an additional $1 million.
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Wide parts of the country could see between 15mm and 25mm of rainfall, with deluges of up to 60mm in isolated areas. A spokesman said: "Fallen trees and other debris may temporarily block railway lines and damage overhead wires".