President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence visited Naples and Fort Myers on Florida's southwest coast Thursday to see damage from Hurricane Irma and hear from people affected by the storm. Sixty-six percent of homes and businesses in Lee County, which includes Fort Myers, remained without power Wednesday, and 80 percent in Collier County, which includes Naples, remained in the dark. About a third of the state's population, about 6.8 million people, still have no electricity in the state's late-summer heat.

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