Trump's false claim that Alabama was at risk from Hurricane Dorian caused unnecessary mass panic. Instead of admitting an error, he destroyed the integrity of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Ken Cuccinelli Defends Heartless Entry Rules For Bahamians: They Should Be 'Taking Care Of Their Own'
Acting U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Ken Cuccinelli insisted on Sunday that Bahamians should help themselves instead of fleeing to the United States after thousands were left homeless by Hurricane Dorian.
During one of his Copter Chats, Trump warned that anyone coming from the Bahamas had better have their papers because there were "very bad people" wanting to come to the U.S..
Who knew the Bahamas were worse than Mexican cartels?
Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt has no concerns at all about Trump destroying the credibility of the highest office in the land with his constant lies and gaslighting.
Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt tells Meet the Press Chuck Todd that he's not concerned about Trump eroding the "credibility of the words of the president of the United States" with his lies about Hurricane Dorian.
On Day Five of Hurricane-gate, Sean Hannity lied to the viewers of Fox News’ most-watched show and defended Trump’s misinforming about the threat of Hurricane Dorian which he then covered up with lies and even a crime.
It's a metastasizing problem throughout the government.
Sean Hannity tells his audience that Trump's lies about hurricane Dorian hitting Alabama were true and demands an apology from the “psychotic jackasses” in the media.
Stephanie Ruhle's guest, Dylan Byers, nails the role media plays in beating the proverbial dead horse. Sharpiegate is the perfect example.
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