Trump Surveys Florida Hurricane Damage before Holding Rally

After touring the base, Trump promised officials that it will be rebuilt "better than ever."

  • Published 8 May 2019

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (AP) — President Donald Trump flew to Florida Wednesday to survey recovery efforts and lingering damage from last year's Hurricane Michael before holding an evening campaign rally. Trump was greeted by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and local elected officials as he arrived at Tyndall Air Force Base, which was severely affected by the Category 5 hurricane. Almost every building appeared damaged in some way, including a collapsed hangar. The White House… Read at AP News