President Trump said Wednesday that Hurricane Irma “would not be high.” During a meeting with the pioneers of the White House Congress, Trump stated that they would talk about the dangerous storm that struck Puerto Rico and Florida.
“There is another one, and it is all record breaking storm [in progress] in Florida and Puerto Rico and different places,” he told the chroniclers of the oval office. “It seems that it could be something that will be bad. Trust me; it’s not very good.”
The Category 5 storm toppled some Caribbean islands and could ignore American dominance on Wednesday. While forecasters say, their way is questionable, some fears could touch Florida before the weekend.
Irma is clear evidence of the Trump organization, which now has trouble reacting to the great damage in Texas and Louisiana caused by Hurricane Harvey.