Reports: President Obama expected to visit New Jersey and survey damage

President Barack Obama will visit New Jersey Wednesday to view storm damage from Hurricane Sandy, according to published reports.

The White House said today Obama will touch down in the Garden State and join Gov. Chris Christie to survey the damage, Politico reports.

The president is expected to speak with residents recovering from the storm and first responders.

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