Key developments yesterday: Bush under fire Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu brands President George W. Bush's visit to a busted levee in New Orleans a 'presidential photo opportunity'. 'The people of southeast Louisiana and the Gulf Coast deserve far better from their national government,' she says. Race row Mr Bush's top advisers meet black leaders concerned about the administration's slow response to blacks suffering. Says the Reverend Calvin Butts: 'There's something wrong with [Mr Bush] and it comes from a lack of concern for poor people and certainly poor black people. Evacuations complete Evacuations of the New Orleans Superdome and convention centre complete. About 40,000 have been bused or flown to safety from the sites. Recriminations New Orleans deputy police commander W.S. Riley slams National Guardsmen for 'playing cards' while flood victims died. National Guard Lieutenant General Steven Blum says 'the real issue' behind the chaotic rescue efforts is 'disintegration or erosion of the civilian police force'. Politics Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff to spend several days in the New Orleans area to help integrate military and civilian rescue efforts. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld tour the region. The tours are criticised as too little, too late.