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President Trump To Tour Florence Damage In North Carolina

CBS 2 Wednesday, 19 September 2018
President Trump To Tour Florence Damage In North CarolinaThe storm is now blamed for at least 37 deaths in three states and roughly $22 billion worth of damages.
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President Donald Trump is heading to North Carolina to survey the damage caused by Hurricane Florence. The storm caused an estimated $22 billion worth of damages and is being blamed for at least 37 deaths.

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