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Biden to tour Hurricane Ian damage, meet with Florida Governor DeSantis

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President Biden is set to visit Florida as rescue crews continue combing through the hardest hit areas searching for survivors one week after Hurricane Ian made landfall as a category 4 storm. NBC News’ Dasha Burns and Allie Raffa explain how authorities are helping people who were displaced by the hurricane and what to expect from the president’s visit to the state.