Trump’s spokeswoman just tried to correct CNN and was told to try admitting wrong

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Somehow, the White House’s campaign to prove that the President was correct when he told the state of Alabama to prepare for Hurricane Dorian over the weekend is dragging into its third day.

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Trump’s press secretary Stephanie Grisham earned a snarky clapback from CNN this morning when she had the nerve to correct a mislabelled graphic that read “Mississippi” instead of “Alabama,” which was obviously quickly corrected and replaced.

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But Grisham made the mistake of publicly calling them out on it — which CNN responded to with a sarcasm-laden remark that was clearly aimed at the president and his egotistical crusade to prove himself right when he is undeniably wrong.

The president caused a stir yesterday morning when he nonchalantly tried to pass off a doctored chart — which he appeared to have edited with a Sharpie — to the press as proof that he was right to have sent the state of Alabama into a confused panic by telling them a hurricane was coming to hit them.

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Later that day, Trump tweeted out a graphic showing outdated projected hurricane routes from three days earlier that clearly says “ignore this if causes confusion” at the bottom.

And just this morning, he quadrupled-down on his incorrect assertion, blaming the Fake News for…lying about the path of the hurricane?

It’s a bizarre situation that underscores just how little the president actually cares about his day-to-day duties and how much time he wastes — and forces his staff to waste — on prosecuting these petty feuds.

Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.

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