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U.S. President Donald Trump surveyed the damage from Hurricane Michael and met with survivors on Monday, saying food and housing were the top priorities for those hit in Florida’s storm-ravaged Panhandle.

“To see this personally is very tough — total devastation,” Trump said in Lynn Haven, a city of about 18,500 people near Panama City in northwestern Florida that was his first stop.

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