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Marine One, carrying President Barack Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, takes an aerial tour of the Atlantic Coast in areas damaged by the superstorm.
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Obama embraces Donna Vanzant, an owner of the North Point Marina, during a tour of a neighborhood effected by the superstorm in Brigantine, N.J.
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President Barack Obama speaks after visiting neighborhoods with severe damage from the superstorm in Brigantine, N.J.
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Obama talks to Sandy victims at a shelter in New Jersey.
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Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie talk to Sandy victims at a shelter in Brigantine.
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Two secret service members scan the area as Obama visits a neighborhood in Brigantine, N.J., which was hit hard by the superstorm.
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Obama talks with a local resident as he tours a neighborhood effected by superstorm Sandy in New Jersey.
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Obama waves as he follows Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator Craig Fugate onto Air Force One at Atlantic City International Airport in Atlantic City, N.J., after visiting areas damaged by the superstorm.
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