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President Trump Defends Claim Hurricane Dorian Was Headed for Alabama

President Trump responds to a question about a map he showed in the Oval Office earlier in the day showing Hurricane Dorian's initial path… read more

President Trump responds to a question about a map he showed in the Oval Office earlier in the day showing Hurricane Dorian's initial path targeting Florida before eventually turning away and up the East Coast. The map also appeared to include an edit with a sharpie that included Alabama. Over the weekend, President Trump had claimed that Alabama was in the storm's path, a claim later denied by the National Weather Service. President Trump tells the reporter he doesn't know anything about the altered map. close

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President Trump Defends Claim Hurricane Dorian Was Headed for Alabama

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Roosevelt Room, White House, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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