Trump touches down in Florida after flying over hurricane-ravaged state: President and Melania hand out sandwiches to victims before surveying Irma’s aftermath as he praises recovery efforts

Thursday, September 14, 2017
By Paul Martin

President Donald Trump toured hurricane ravaged Florida Thursday
He spoke with public officials in front of a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter
He said Florida Gov. Rick Scott had done an ‘incredible’ job
He said he hopes Scott runs for the Senate
Scott is term limited in 2018
Says ‘we can’t let it end’
He also praised Florida Power and Light and political supporter AG Pam Biondi
Also hails former primary rival Rubio, who he once ridiculed as ‘little Marco’

By Geoff Earle, Deputy U.S. Political Editor
14 September 2017

President Donald Trump flew to hurricane-devastated Florida to view recovery efforts, meet with residents who had their lives upended by the latest storm, and give a political plug to the state’s GOP governor, Rick Scott.

‘This is a state that I know very well as you understand,’ the president said after meeting with Floridians in Naples. ‘These are special, special people and we love ‘em.’

‘We love these people – we’re going to be back, and we’re going to help them,’ Trump said.

Trump viewed block after block of flooded homes from the air as Marine One flew low over areas around Naples. He stood next to Vice President Mike Pence to shake hands with locals and hand out sandwiches and other food at a trailer park area.

Me met with first responders, and as he did on visits to Texas, hailed first responders and local politicians for their efforts. The president, who wore rubber gloves, smiled and peopel who wanted selfies.

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