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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Puerto Rico to survey the damage caused by Hurricane Maria.

After arriving Tuesday and attending a briefing on storm recovery at Luis Muñiz Air National Guard Base in San Juan, the first couple walked the streets of Guaynabo and spoke with residents.

“How did your house do?” Trump asked a man whose home was hit particularly hard by the storm.

After hearing about the damage and the scary experience of riding out the hurricane, Trump told the homeowner, "Good going."

He added that Puerto Rican officials, including San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz and Gov. Ricardo Rossello, have done a have done a "real fantastic job" in their recovery efforts.

Trump spoke to another family whose home was largely intact, with only the windows taking significant damage. The main problems they face are the same as people across the island, namely getting power, cellular service and running water.

"We're going to help you out," Trump assured them. "Have a good time."

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