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U.S. President Trump says ‘We’re going to Florida very soon’


PUBLISHED Sun, September 10, 2017 - 9:15pm EDT


U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday (September 10) called Hurricane Irma "a big monster" and said the storm would cost a lot of money but that the federal government was focused on saving lives. (Reuters/BNO News)





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