High winds that damaged the roof of a mobile home and ripped up trees in eastern North Carolina caught the attention of former President Bill Clinton as he campaigned in the area.
"The way the news reports are, Hillary's campaign might get blamed for natural havoc in North Carolina," Clinton joked during a Saturday stop in Goldsboro.
He was visiting several cities in North Carolina while campaigning for his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The National Weather Service said winds about 3:15 p.m. Saturday took the roof off a doublewide mobile home in a rural area west of Goldsboro and ripped up trees about five miles north of town.
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