Trump, Pence Headed To Florida To Survey Hurricane Damage

President Donald Trump is heading to Florida Thursday, to survey damages left behind by Hurricane Irma. 

Trump, along with Vice President Mike Pence, was scheduled to visit Naples and Fort Myers to meet with those affected by the hurricane and learn more about relief efforts.

This marks the president's third visit to the storm-wrecked South in less than three weeks. 

Communities in Florida's southwestern coast, where Trump was headed, are still cleaning up or without power or air conditioning.

In fact, nearly 6.8 million across the state were still without power as of Wednesday evening. Officials say it could take 10 days to be fully restored. 

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