Shepard Smith on Trump’s Hurricane Map: ‘Some Things in Trumplandia Are Inexplicable’

‘The president said that Alabama was at risk from hurricane Dorian, it wasn’t’

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SMITH: "Some things in Trumplandia are inexplicable. This week's edition, the President's ongoing claim that Alabama was at risk from hurricane Dorian. It wasn’t. Maybe he got some bad info from somebody, maybe he made a mistake. Maybe he was confused. We don’t know. But he was wrong. And since, for days and days, he’s been insisting with fake visual aids in hand that he was right. It all began on Sunday morning. President Trump tweeted just before 11:00 A.M., 'In addition to Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, will most likely be hit much harder than anticipated.' That was not accurate. Yet he said it again later that day at the FEMA briefing from the White House."

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