Gov. Rick Scott talks with NBC’s “Today Show” about Hurricane Irma during string of morning show appearances outside the state Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee on Saturday.
Gov. Rick Scott talks with NBC’s “Today Show” about Hurricane Irma during string of morning show appearances outside the state Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee on Saturday. Kristen M. Clark kclark@miamiherald.com
Gov. Rick Scott talks with NBC’s “Today Show” about Hurricane Irma during string of morning show appearances outside the state Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee on Saturday. Kristen M. Clark kclark@miamiherald.com

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