Almost 2.7 million homes and businesses, about 1 in 4 Florida customers, remain without power.
Yesterday Mr Trump suggested rates could go higher for rich people, claiming, "if they have to go higher, they'll go higher, frankly".
Joseph Ross, left, cleans up debris from his damaged home with help from a neighbor in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Naples, Fla., Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017. On the tarmac of the Fort Myers airport, he encouraged the state's governor, Republican Rick Scott, to challenge Florida's Democratic senator when his term expires. "I don't know what he's going to do". The president, who will be joined by First Lady Melania Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, then heads 40 miles south to Naples to visit residents affected by the storm. Bill Nelson next year.
President Donald Trump expressed frustration on Thursday over the size of food service gloves he was required to wear while feeding victims of Hurricane Irma. "So I hope he runs for the Senate".
Last week, Trump cut a deal with Democrats in Congress to provide more than $15 billion in disaster aid for Harvey, while raising the US government's borrowing limit and funding the government through December 8.
Sarah Sanders, the White House press secretary, made the announcement during Tuesday's daily briefing.
Irma hit Florida about two weeks after Hurricane Harvey plowed into Houston, killing about 60 and causing some $180 billion in damage, mostly from flooding.
As Trump deplaned from Air Force One, he met a group of Florida politicians who were front and center in the lead-up to the destructive hurricane.
The president is traveling to the hurricane-stricken state Thursday to meet with those affected by the storm and learn more about relief efforts. Myers and Naples on the southwestern coast.
It is the third trip that Trump has made in response to a hurricane striking the southern United States.
On his second visit, to Texas and Louisiana, he was more hands-on.
The president monitored the storm over the weekend from Camp David, the presidential retreat in Maryland.