Hurricane Idalia touched down in Florida this past week. Heavy rains, storm surges, and intense winds left communities in the Sunshine State with flooded homes without power and, in some cases, clean water.

President Biden and Governor Ron DeSantis have been collaborating to get Floridians the resources they need. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is always front-and-center in situations like these and is now aiding folks affected by the natural disaster.

Former FEMA administrator Brock Long has dealt with these disasters in the past. He joined for an interview to break down what FEMA is doing right now to help, what the biggest concerns are in the aftermath of a hurricane, and the need for the agency’s political neutrality to help all Americans in crisis.

Due to time limitations, we could not include our entire conversations in the FOX News Rundown segment that ran this week. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear the complete interview with former FEMA administrator Brock Long.