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Frightening Florence Prompts Powerful Piece of Presidential Persuasion

We have seen no shortage of urgent tweets from President Trump, at what seems like all hours of the day.

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Of course, I believe that was somewhat to be expected.  President Trump, formerly Ridiculously Successful Business Mogul Trump, would never have gotten to where he is today without the ability to adapt his personal habits to the singular focus of achievement.  Sleep be damned.

This is also how, in some ways, President Trump has maintained the air of regularness that he has:  He communicates with America at all times, unfiltered, and in sudden bursts.  This has kept Trump human in many way, allowing his supporters to immediately refute whatever slow-moving story the liberal media has attempted to bring to the forefront of our popular culture today.

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The President is also finding unique ways to leverage the gravity of this tool in order to keep Americans safe, as evidenced by his latest prompts to those living on the east coast, in the possible path of Hurricane Florence.

The President had preempted that terrifying clip with a stern warning to take local authorities seriously…

Hurricane Florence has strengthened again today, and is considered a Category 4 storm as of this writing.

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