President Donald Trump visits Tennessee to tour tornado damage

LIVE: President Donald Trump visits Nashville after middle Tennessee storms

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WMC) - President Donald Trump plans to visit Tennessee Friday to tour tornado damage. Two tornadoes hit middle Tennessee Tuesday morning, killing 24 people.

Storm-weary residents grateful for presidential visit

Air Force One touched down in the Music City around 10 a.m. He also toured damage in Putnam County, one of the hardest-hit areas.

LIVE: President Donald Trump visits Nashville to view tornado damage

An EF-3 tornado with winds up to 165 mph hit Nashville and several other counties. An EF-4 tornado hit Putnman County an hour east of Nashville, causing 18 of the 24 deaths.

President Trump in Putnam County to tour damage following deadly tornadoes

This week, President Trump approved a major disaster declaration for Tennessee, which make federal funds available to victims in Davidson, Wilson, and Putnam Counties.

The tornado that hit Nashville killed two people in East Nashville and continued for more than 50 miles.

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