1. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, US President:
"These are some of the people that make it work and they have made it work beautifully. You've seen the job they've done, everybody has been incredible. FEMA and first responders, everybody, law enforcement, it's incredible, with the power of this storm. Somebody said it was like a very wide, extremely wide tornado. Because that's really what this was. This was beyond any winds that they've seen - I guess 50 years, but who knows? It could've been longer than that. Nobody's seen anything like it."
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, US President:
"I've never - look behind you, I mean, these massive trees have just ripped out of the earth. So we've seen mostly water and water can be very damaging and horrible and scary you know, when you have, when you see water rising 14, 15 feet, but nobody's seen anything like this. This is really incredible. And the job they've done - first responders, FEMA - the job they've done is incredible. This road - five hours ago, you couldn't ride on it and today, you see, the trees are all pushed - today, we're having not much of a problem. Pretty amazing job."
3. Various of President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump distributing water bottles, posing for pictures with residents at FEMA aid distribution center
President Donald Trump is marveling at the hurricane damage he's seen while touring devastated Florida Panhandle communities.
Trump and his wife, Melania, visited a FEMA aid distribution center Monday in the city of Lynn Haven. People there were signing up for temporary housing and picking up clothing, diapers, water and other supplies. Trump says someone described Hurricane Michael to him as being "like a very wide - extremely wide - tornado."
He also marveled at how massive trees were "just ripped out of the earth." Said Trump: "This is really incredible."
The president and first lady also help distribute cases of bottled water and chatted with residents.