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FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor on Hurricane Sally

CBS News Tuesday, 15 September 2020
FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the agency's efforts ahead of Hurricane Sally's landfall along the Gulf.
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