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Trump in Tennessee: “This is real devastation”

 U.S. President Donald Trump traveled to Tennessee on Friday (March 6) where he surveyed wreckage and met with survivors after a deadly storm ripped through the state on Tuesday, leveling homes and killing more than two dozen people. 

Trump stopped in Cookeville, one of the hardest hit areas located east of Nashville. 

“This is real devastation like you’ll never see, hopefully again,” Trump said after reviewing parts of the damage. “This was about as big a tornado as you can have,” he said. 

(Production: Deborah Lutterbeck)

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