Donald Trump will travel to Florida on Thursday to survey the damage caused by Hurricane Irma, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced Tuesday.
Sanders did not offer other details about the trip, including where exactly Trump will travel to the state. The current rumor is Trump will visit the Ft. Myers area.
The Federal Aviation Administration posted a travel advisory Tuesday that covers Fort Myers, located on Florida’s West Coast. The VIP Movement notification is typically issued before the president travels to a destination in the U.S.
Trump recently made two trips to Texas to tour areas damaged by Hurricane Harvey and meet with some of those affected by the storm.
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