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Via: News14.Com

President Barack Obama will travel to New Jersey today to see firsthand the damage brought by Sandy and to thank first responders.

On Tuesday, Obama warned people that severe weather from Sandy is far from being over during a visit to the American Red Cross in Washington, D.C. The president said there are still risks of flooding and downed power lines.

Obama said there is no excuse for inaction by government officials coordinating emergency response and he is amazed at the work of rescue officials so far. He also told governors in affected areas that if they get no for an answer to call him personally at the White House.