Trump to see Irma damage recovery

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is going to hear firsthand from people affected by Hurricane Irma as he makes his third visit in less than three weeks to survey storm damage and recovery efforts.

For Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, the visit Thursday to Naples and Fort Myers on Florida’s southwestern coast offered the chance to see how people were coping and how the Federal Emergency Management Agency has responded.

After Harvey struck Texas, Trump drew criticism for having minimal interaction with residents during his first trip in late August.