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Lindsey Graham Defends Trump Over Hurricane Dorian Criticism

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Lindsey Graham Defends Trump Over Hurricane Dorian Criticism

Lindsey Graham Defends Trump Over Hurricane Dorian Criticism

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Lindsey Graham said he doesn’t care about President Donald Trump’s comments on Hurricane Dorian.

According to Business Insider, Graham refers to Trump saying the hurricane would hit Alabama.

He pointed to an outdated “spaghetti plot” map that showed Alamaba and other states would be affected.

Graham said: “The president did have a model where it could hit Alabama if it went through Florida.” The Republican senator said Trump always gets criticized by people “who hate his guts.”

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