Editor's Note: Tuesday night’s AC360° brought response from viewers who commented on Libyan leader Moammar Ghadafi's visit to the US, and taking temporary residence on land owned by Donald Trump. We also heard from viewers regarding the floods in the southeast. Here’s some of what we heard, and we’d love to hear from you too:
I'm not outraged about Gaddafi's visit and don't think it implies that he is welcome in NY or in America. I am surprised that Trump would open himself up to this kind of public relations controversy though. I don't think much of him, but he seems to think a lot about himself and his "image" and he has ambitions for now and the future. I don't think he'd want to compromise his opportunities by doing something that he, his employees and representatives knew would invite such criticism and public censure.
Regarding the reports on the floods in the southeast, I think it is highly irresponsible to have reporters standing in water, making reports. It conveys the idea that standing in water is safe. Among other things, there could be downed electric lines, and flood waters could reach energized circuitry in houses. If you want to dramatize the water, get a small inflatable rubber boat
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