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Trump will visit areas affected by Hurricane Florence, White House says

MailOnline Friday, 14 September 2018
Trump will visit areas affected by Hurricane Florence, White House saysPresident Trump was due to receive an emergency preparedness update in the Situation Room on Friday afternoon. He'll travel to areas affected as soon as recovery efforts allow, the White House says.
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