President Donald Trump boards Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Travel to Nashville, Tenn., May 29, 2018.
President Trump will travel to North Carolina on Wednesday to survey the effects of Florence, the White house said.
Sarah Sanders, White House press secretary, confirmed the President’s travel plans on Tuesday.
The President is expected to visit the Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point in the morning, on Wednesday, the storm-ravaged Eastern North Carolina, South Carolina, the state reported.
U.S. Rep., David Rouzer, R-N. C., whose district includes many areas, which is most of Florence, the President during his visit, the report said.
Trump planned to spend most of the day in the area, so he also has a visit from South Carolina’s paper, the.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster said Tuesday that he did not know if the President would be in his condition.
“We don’t know. We would be delighted to have you,” McMaster said of the News & Observer of Raleigh, N. C. “I’ll tell you what, but we are pleased to have had the attention and the communication with President Trump, and with (his) administration officials and members of the Cabinet.
A source familiar with the trip in the planning told the state on Monday, Trump was on a visit to Horry County with a stop in the Conway area.
Conway and other Horry County communities to experience, historical floods, which deteriorate, presumably in the course of the next week, the paper reported.
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The President is scheduled to return to the Washington area from 6:15 a.m., the report said. For more details about his time before his return were not immediately available.
Trump tweeted to do thanks to the Tuesday of the “great Coast Guard to be like a daunting task,” with a video, the coast guard shows in the work.
Later Tuesday, he tweeted another video, thanks to the “incredible men and women who help such a great job with Florence.”
“This is a hard hurricane. One of the moisture we have ever seen from the point of view of the waters,” Trump said in the video. “We have rarely experienced what it is like. And it is certainly not good.”
He praised the work of FEMA, the military and the coast guard “is really something special.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Amy Lieu is a news editor and a reporter for Fox News.