‘Believe me, not good’: Trump delivers stunningly inarticulate warning about Hurricane Irma
President Donald Trump summed up Hurricane Irma, a powerful storm heading for Florida, by calling it “not good.”
During remarks at the White House on Wednesday, Trump said that the storm could be “record breaking.”
“There’s a new and seems to be record-breaking hurricane heading right toward Florida, Puerto Rico and other places,” the president warned. “We’ll see what happens, we’ll know in a short period of time.”
Trump added: “It’s looks like it could be something that would be not good. Believe me, not good.”
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