"FEMA Administrator Long is traveling to the affected areas today and the President will be making a trip to Florida on Thursday", White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said during her briefing Tuesday, referring to Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Brock Long.
During questions with reporters Thursday morning, Mr. Trump also addressed his DACA negotiations with Democrats Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen.
Areas like the Florida Keys and Naples felt the full fury of the hurricane, and state leaders are still assessing the widespread damage. Many Florida residents remain swamped and without electricity.
But as Trump's comments about Scott suggested, politics wasn't far from the surface in Florida, the largest and most pivotal state in recent presidential elections. He said, 'DACA, we're going to do it early.
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"I think we're doing a good job in Florida", Mr. Trump said.
Scott hasn't decided on a future Senate campaign. The Trump Administration is expected to seek additional funding in the coming weeks to respond to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
As Northeast Florida begins to recover from Hurricane Irma, Congressman John Rutherford pointed residents to federal disaster relief programs that can help with recovery.
A possible alliance between Trump and the Democrats on immigration would represent a major political gamble for a president who made promises of tougher border control policies the centerpiece of his campaign and pledged to build a "big, handsome wall" along the U.S. -Mexico border. He told Scott, "at a certain point it ends for you but I don't want it to end, I hope he runs for the Senate".
"Fascinating to watch people writing books and major articles about me and yet they know nothing about me & have zero access".