Four Category 5 hurricanes have hit U.S. shores since Trump became pr*sident. He has the greatest memory ever, so I guess he wasn’t listening to his weather briefings.
“We don't even know what's coming at us. All we know is it's possibly the biggest. I have — I'm not sure that I've ever even heard of a Category 5. I knew it existed. And I've seen some Category 4's — you don't even see them that much,” Trump said at a briefing with officials at FEMA's headquarters in Washington, DC.
“But a Category 5 is something that — I don't know that I've ever even heard the term other than I know it's there. That's the ultimate, and that's what we have unfortunately,” he added, in reference to Hurricane Dorian.
The comments from the President came just before Dorian, a dangerous Category 5 storm, made landfall on the Abaco Islands in the Bahamas. The storm is the most recent of four Category 5 hurricanes to hit parts of the US since Trump assumed the Oval Office.
You can tell how bad a hurricane is based on Trump’s body language. With each elevation in storm category, he crosses his arms more tightly, pulls the brim of his “USA” cap lower on his face, and looks more and more bored and resentful about missing golf.
So, yeah, this is a Category 5.
Which Mr. High IQ has never heard of.
Because he’s laser-focused on Hurricane Will & Grace, apparently.
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