President Trump To Visit Florida This Week Following Irma

President Trump To Visit Hurricane-Stricken Florida Thursday

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The trio handed out food and posed for photos as people approached them. Another told Trump that he "married well". Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton in Florida a year ago by about 1 percentage point. "We're going to see some more of it now, unfortunately", Trump said upon arrival.

Irma has devastated Florida, causing at least 25 deaths as of Wednesday morning, and leaving millions without power.

In a statement, Schumer and Pelosi said they had "a very productive meeting at the White House with the President".

"If we don't have the wall", he added, "we're doing nothing".

"Fascinating to watch people writing books and major articles about me and yet they know nothing about me & have zero access".

Almost half of Florida was engulfed by Irma, which left flooded streets, damaged homes and displaced residents in its wake. But the wealthy two-term governor is considered a leading contender for the Republican nomination to challenge Democratic Sen. "So I hope he runs for the Senate" against incumbent Bill Nelson, Trump said.

"It's clear that the entire country is standing with Florida as Hurricane Irma batters our state right now", Gov. Scott said in a statement.

President Donald Trump will visit hurricane-stricken Florida on Thursday, according to the White House. "The United States Coast Guard, FEMA, along with Governor Scott, they've really done an wonderful job and power is being turned on rapidly".

Vice President Mike Pence, who joined Trump on the trip, promised Floridians: "We're with you today".

The President and the First Lady made two trips to Texas last month in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

Cleanup for the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge after Hurricane Irma was much easier for after the Island of Sanibel as a whole was spared.

The president is traveling to the hurricane-stricken state Thursday to meet with those affected by the storm and learn more about relief efforts. Myers and Naples on the southwestern coast.

On his second visit, to Texas and Louisiana, he was more hands-on.

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