White House: Trump To Visit Florida Thursday In Wake Of Hurricane Irma

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The remarks came after Trump praised federal and state officials for their response to Hurricane Irma as he visited Naples and Fort Myers on the state's southwestern coast. Myers, just north of Naples, Trump spoke with reporters about discussions on DACA that he had with Democrats in Washington the night before.

Shah, 32, was one of the few handful of Trump's aides who landed in the White House within hours of him being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States in January.

Irma, one of the most powerful Atlantic storms on record, has so far killed at least 80 people as it swept through the Caribbean and south Florida.

"Am leaving now for Florida to see our GREAT first responders and to thank the U.S. Coast Guard, FEMA etc.", he wrote.

The hurricane has highly devastated the state, the hurricane death toll in Florida has touched the mark of 25as of Wednesday morning.

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He added, "we have the largest assembling of human beings ever for power and rapidly it's being turned on, so were very happy with that".

Trump quickly injected politics into the visit, telling reporters that he was hopeful that Scott, a two-term GOP governor, will challenge a Democratic senator next year. They told us the president watches TV in a bathrobe, that White House staffers initially struggled to find the cabinet room's light switches, and that Trump's "appetite for chaos" is the source of so much of the White House's constant consternation. The Trump Administration is expected to seek additional funding in the coming weeks to respond to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Scott hasn't decided on a future Senate campaign.

"Fascinating to watch people writing books and major articles about me and yet they know nothing about me & have zero access". "What do I know but I hope this man right here. runs for the Senate", he said.

Other areas of the state, however, remain largely incapacitated, including the Florida Keys, where an estimated quarter of the homes were destroyed.