World Leader Hopes Hurricane Strikes 'Direct Hit' at Mar a Lago
You see, Trump's Mar a Lago lies in the path of the monstrous category four storm, as do millions of Americans. (Washington Examiner)
Kim Campbell, who served as the 19th Canadian prime minister for less than five months in 1993, tweeted that she is "rooting" for Trump's favorite getaway destination to take a direct hit.
I’m rooting for a direct hit on Mar a Lago! https://t.co/cA14KQvjpC— Kim Campbell (@AKimCampbell) August 28, 2019
Campbell was not alone among Twitter users in hoping the hurricane hurts Trump in some way. Some claimed the hurricane's trajectory is the result of Trump's climate change denial, or that he canceled his trip to Poland out of fear for Mar-a-Lago's well-being.
If it hits Mar a Lago, Trump will be pissed they wouldn’t let him nuke the hurricane. https://t.co/y3LaUnB7bJ— Claude Taylor (@TrueFactsStated) August 29, 2019
Trump: Climate change is a hoax.— David Leavitt (@David_Leavitt) August 29, 2019
Earth 🌍: Here’s a Category 4 hurricane with 130+ mph winds aimed right at Mar-a-Lago, with my compliments. pic.twitter.com/NDkSzJB0sh
Trump announced Thursday that instead of visiting the European nation he will instead send Vice President Mike Pence while he monitors the storm and subsequent cleanup efforts.
"To ensure that all resources of the federal government are focused on the arriving storm, I have decided to send our Vice President Mike Pence to Poland this weekend in my place. It's something very important for me to be here," he said.