President George W. Bush said Thursday the federal government has launched the most massive relief effort in history to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina, and that while thousands more victims still need to be rescued, help is on its way.
"I fully understand people wanting things to have happened yesterday," Bush said in a live interview in the Roosevelt Room of the White House with ABC's "Good Morning America" program. "I understand the anxiety of people on the ground. ... So there is frustration. But I want people to know there's a lot of help coming."
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