As Hurricane Mathews slowly decreases its power over Florida, the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump issued a statement to those affected by it:

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone in the path of Hurricane Matthew, namely in Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, and we encourage everyone to listen to their governors and local emergency officials urging the evacuations of at-risk coastal communities,” stated Trump on Thursday.

“These warnings are very, very serious — if your home is in the path of the hurricane and you are being advised to leave, you need to do so right now. Nothing is more important than the safety of your family,” the statement continued.

He expressed his condolences to the people who lost their loved ones in Haiti. He called upon the U.S to help the neighboring island.

“Please stay safe,” he concluded.

While Trump tries to help all those in need after Hurricane Mathews left enormous chaos,  President Barack Obama only declared a state of emergency for Florida on Thursday and ordered federal aid to supplement state funds.

The National Hurricane Center downgraded Matthew to a Category 3, with top sustained winds of 120 mph.

Trump also pointed out that the storm was still very dangerous and everyone in its path should take necessary precautions.

It’s more than obvious that Trump is a caring human ready to help everyone in need. While Obama couldn’t leave his golf gave unfinished, Trump went to the scene to offer help.