TRUMP RETWEET: Trump challenger would ‘have a ZERO chance’ in 2020, important announcement, Hurricane Maria death toll (Video)

BY KAT SHEPHERD / SEPTEMBER 13, 2018 /

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On Thursday evening, President Donald J. Trump retweeted a post from his social media director, Dan Scavino Jr., as well as posts from the National Weather Service and Fox News host Lou Dobbs.

From Scaviano, Trump retweeted a video in response to Jamie Dimon’s assertion that he’d beat Trump if he were to run for president in 2020. Dimon is J.P. Morgan Chase’s Chief Executive Officer.

Scaviano tweeted: Jamie Dimon loves President Trump. If he were to run in 2020, he’d have a ZERO percent chance.

The video includes clips of Dimon commenting about the economy.

In another post, Trump retweeted a message from the NWS that said: Important note as #Florence continues to close in on the Carolina coastline, storm surge is not just an “ocean” problem tonight. Significant surge is expected to occur in the NC inlets and rivers, some areas in excess of 9 feet!

From Dobbs, Trump posted a retweet about the death tolls for Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, which Dobbs slammed as “Fake News.” He tweeted: #FakeNews- The Hurricane Maria death tolls have been inflated & President @realDonaldTrump was right to call out organizations who threw out science and statistics to try to discredit his administration. 

Trump tweeted about the number of deaths attributed to Maria in Puerto Rico earlier in the day, drawing pushback for his comments.

Dobbs’ tweet included a video clip.

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2 Comments

  1. Elizabeth Rhyne September 13th, 2018 at 9:19 pm

    Could care or less about Puerto Rico . We need to cut them lose

    Reply

    • Quin September 13th, 2018 at 9:47 pm

      I sort of agree that we need to cut them out but only because they are embedded in a corrupt government who wants to blame their mishandling of money on Trump. That little island was doomed to fail before Trump took office and their history of corruption is years before Trump took office. He did all he could. They still have flats of botttled water to this day just sitting on a tarmac. That’s not on Trump. That’s on local officials/crooks

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