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Biden approves disaster declaration for Florida

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President Biden approved a disaster declaration for Florida on Thursday morning as Tropical Storm Ian makes its way across the state, leaving a path of destruction in its wake. NBC News’ Josh Lederman explains how the White House is responding to the devastation brought by the hurricane and what kind of relief the president is offering to Florida.