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Trump is expected to arrive in Nashville at 10 a.m. CT, but his exact agenda is unclear, as PopCulture.com details:

At this time, details of the president’s visit remain unclear, including which neighborhoods he will visit, though it is believed that he will survey the areas alongside Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn, and other top officials. Early Friday morning, Blackburn announced on Twitter that she was currently traveling back to the state to join Trump, who has approved a disaster declaration allowing federal funding to be made available to those affected by the tornadoes.

Trump announced plans for his visit to the area on Tuesday.

"Before I begin, I want to send my warm wishes to the great people of Tennessee in the wake of the horrible and very vicious tornado that killed at least 19 people and injured many more," Trump said during a press conference on Tuesday. "We're working with the leaders in Tennessee, including their great Gov. Bill Lee to make sure that everything is done properly."

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"FEMA is already on the ground, and I will be going there on Friday," he announced. "Our hearts are full of sorrow for the lives that were lost.

"It's a vicious thing, those tornadoes," Trump continued. "I've seen many of them during a three-year period and I've gotten to see the results, and they are vicious. If you are in their path, bad things happen, really bad things happen.

"We'll be going, as I said, to Tennessee on Friday. We send our love and the prayers of the nation to every family that was affected. We will get there, and we will recover, and we will rebuild, and we will help them. Condolences. Tough, tough situation," Trump concluded.

The Nashville area of Mt. Juliet was hit especially hard, and Trump will likely visit the town. Captain Chandler from their police department addressed the media Tuesday morning.

"Our community has been greatly impacted by a tornado. There are multiple homes damaged and multiple people injured. Our officers are in the early stages of this response and we continue to assess what is happening ... there are multiple homes damaged, multiple people injured, multiple people still trapped. We need your help."

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