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President Trump stands by inaccurate claim about states threatened by Dorian

CBS News Thursday, 5 September 2019
President Trump is at the center of a hurricane controversy Thursday morning, as he stands by his inaccurate claim about the states threatened by Hurricane Dorian. At a briefing Wednesday, the president displayed a forecast map that appeared to be altered with a black line showing Dorian possibly striking Alabama, backing a claim he previously made on Twitter. Ben Tracy reports.
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