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>> Cuz I think we're doing a good job in Florida.>> Thank you.>> President Trump visiting a shell-shocked Florida days after Hurricane Irma wreaked widespread havoc. In the southwest city of Naples, the President meeting with victims of the storm and praising first responders for limiting the US death toll from Irma which on Thursday stood at 38.
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>> The job that everybody has done is incredible.>> Trump's visit came the day after police in Hollywood, Florida launched a criminal investigation into a nursing home where eight patients died after the air conditioning broke down in sweltering heat. Over 3 million homes and businesses were still without power Thursday in Florida and neighboring states.
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And while the Us mainland avoided the kind of devastation seen in the Caribbean, about 25% of homes in the Florida Keys were destroyed and 65% heavily damaged according to federal officials. The President also using the occasion to take a dig at his predecessor's.>> He has a couple of questions.
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>> Go ahead.>> Where was Obama on the last hurricane, he was playing golf.>> The visit marked Trump's third to a storm hit part of the United states in the past three weeks, following two visits to Texas in the wake of hurricane Harvey's record flooding.