Former Canadian Prime Minister says she & # 39; is looking for a direct hit & # 39; from Hurricane Dorian on Mar-a-Lago

Former Canadian Prime Minister says that she & # 39; rooting & # 39; is for Hurricane Dorian to be a & # 39; direct hit & # 39; at the Mar-a-Lago club of Donald Trump in Florida

  • Former Prime Minister of Canada wanted Dorian & # 39; direct hit & # 39; at the Mar-a-Lago club of Trump
  • Kim Campbell caused controversy for the hurricane of the & # 39; absolute monster & # 39;
  • Hurricane Dorian can hit Florida as category 5 with 156 mph winds on Labor Day
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Former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell caused controversy on Thursday after she said she wished Hurricane Dorian a & # 39; direct hit & # 39; at the Mar-a-Lago club of President Trump in Florida.

The storm, described by Trump as potentially a & # 39; absolute monster & # 39 ;, could strike Florida as a category 5 hurricane with winds of more than 156 km / h on labor day.

Hurricane Dorian's predicted path shifted slightly south on Thursday, but the National Hurricane Center said the storm is on course & # 39; extremely dangerous & # 39; if he lands on the east coast of Florida early next week.

Campbell, who served as Prime Minister of Canada for less than five months after the resignation of Brian Mulroney in 1993, said: "I'm looking for a direct hit on Mar a Lago!"

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Her comments caused indignation because many Twitter users accused her of & # 39; death and destruction & # 39; to be desired by people in Florida.

Former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell said she wanted Hurricane Dorian to be a & # 39; direct hit & # 39; at the Mar-a-Lago club of President Trump in Florida

Former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell said she wanted Hurricane Dorian to be a & # 39; direct hit & # 39; at the Mar-a-Lago club of President Trump in Florida

Donald Trump regularly visits Mar-a-Lago and the resort can be on the hurricane road.

One commentator wrote: & # 39; One of the most accurate storm forecasts, the European model expects a job that would strike a full frontal blow at Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida. & # 39;

The former prime minister responded to this comment by saying: & I know Palm Beach well and I am sorry if it becomes a big hit. I wish I could believe it would shake Trump's climate change denial! Only today has its manager removed the regulations to limit methane, a worse greenhouse gas than CO2! & # 39;

President Donald Trump regularly visits Mar-a-Lago and the resort may be on the hurricane road
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President Donald Trump regularly visits Mar-a-Lago and the resort may be on the hurricane road

President Donald Trump regularly visits Mar-a-Lago and the resort may be on the hurricane road

Despite the criticism, Campbell doubled her tweet and pointed to the president's record on climate change.

She said critics & # 39; get a grip & # 39 ;.

One pointed out how the people who live and work in Mar-a-Lago would be affected, to which Campbell replied: & # 39; As there are in Puerto Rico – sorry you don't get a bite – but Trump & # 39; s indifference to suffering is unbearable!

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& # 39; We would also help if he tackles climate change that makes hurricanes more destructive! Instead, he will remove the methane limits! Get a grip! & # 39;

Hurricane Dorian is on its way to hit Florida as a Category 4 on Labor Day, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday night

Hurricane Dorian is on its way to hit Florida as a Category 4 on Labor Day, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday night

Hurricane Dorian is on its way to hit Florida as a Category 4 on Labor Day, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday night

Hurricane Dorian's predicted path shifted slightly to the south on Thursday, but the NHC said the storm is on course as an & # 39; extremely dangerous & # 39; category 4 if it lands next week on the east coast of Florida.

Hurricane Dorian's predicted path shifted slightly to the south on Thursday, but the NHC said the storm is on course as an & # 39; extremely dangerous & # 39; category 4 if it lands next week on the east coast of Florida.

Hurricane Dorian's predicted path shifted slightly to the south on Thursday, but the NHC said the storm is on course as an & # 39; extremely dangerous & # 39; category 4 if it lands next week on the east coast of Florida.

A supervised team of female prisoners fills sandbags for distribution to local residents in preparation for the arrival of Hurricane Dorian
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A supervised team of female prisoners fills sandbags for distribution to local residents in preparation for the arrival of Hurricane Dorian

A supervised team of female prisoners fills sandbags for distribution to local residents in preparation for the arrival of Hurricane Dorian

A man cuts a plate of plywood in a Home Depot in West Miami on August 29, 2019, before the landing of Hurricane Dorian

A man cuts a plate of plywood in a Home Depot in West Miami on August 29, 2019, before the landing of Hurricane Dorian

A man cuts a plate of plywood in a Home Depot in West Miami on August 29, 2019, before the landing of Hurricane Dorian

On Thursday evening, AccuWeather warned senior meteorologist Alex Sosnowski: & # 39; With Dorian's prediction to pass extremely hot water from the Gulf Stream, where chilled water with wells is quickly being replaced by more hot water, you need to worry about a category 5 is on the table before we reach the American coast. & # 39;

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Hurricane Dorian's predicted path shifted slightly south on Thursday, but the National Hurricane Center said the storm is on course & # 39; extremely dangerous & # 39; if he lands on the east coast of Florida early next week.

& # 39; There is an increasing risk of life-threatening storm surges along parts of the east coast of Florida at the end of this weekend or early next week, although it is too early to determine where the biggest storm surges will occur, & # 39; said the NHC.

& # 39; Residents must have prepared their hurricane plan, know if they are in a hurricane evacuation zone, and must listen to advice from local emergency officers. & # 39;

Residents throughout Florida rushed to supermarkets to collect food and supplies, as various stores reported declining stocks quickly.

Home Depot has so far sent more than 160 truckloads of products to stores in the state, a company spokesperson said.

One Walmart Supercenter in Orlando ran out of tap water on Thursday and now has only flavored water and sports drinks available. The canning shelves of the store also quickly become thinner.

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