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Watch: Trump Makes An Idiot Of Himself After Being Confronted About The Altered Weather Map

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Shortly after photos surfaced of Donald Trump altering a map to make it seem as if Hurricane Dorian would be hitting Alabama, Trump was confronted by a reporter to answer why he had altered the maps.

Trump seemed to have a malfunction attempting to answer the question.

“No, I just know that Alabama was in the original forecast,” Trump said. “They thought it would get a piece of it. It was supposed to go — actually we have a better map than that, which is going to be presented where we had many lines going directly, many models, each line being a model, and they would go directly through and in all cases Alabama if not lightly in some places pretty hard. Georgia, Alabama was a different route. They actually gave that 95 percent chance probability. Turns out that is not what happened, it made the right turn up the coast.”

What was more shocking is that Trump still continued to insist that Alabama would get hit.

“Georgia will be, possibly,” Trump continued. “We’re going to see. We’re right at that point right now but I think Georgia will be in great shape. Everyone is going to be in great shape because we’re going to take care of it regardless. But the original path was through Florida. That was probably three days — I think that’s three, four days old. The original path that most people thought it was going to be taking, as you know, was right through Florida where on the right would have been Georgia, Alabama, et cetera.”

“That map you showed us today, it looked like it almost had like a Sharpie on it,” the reporter noted.

“I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know,” Trump repeated.

Take a look at the video clip below:

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