TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — President Joe Biden and Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis are testing a newfound détente this week when the president visits Florida Wednesday to survey damage from Hurricane Ian. The two men, political enemies who routinely attack each other over a wide range of policy issues, have set aside their differences over the past week to cooperate on massive hurricane recovery efforts. They have spoken by telephone several times since the storm struck and publicly bat down any suggestion that they aren’t working together. The most public example of their truce will come when DeSantis will brief Biden in
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