White House Press Secretary, CNN PR Spar Over Hurricane Maps

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She was dinging CNN for making a mistake after its coverage of Trump's claim earlier this week that Alabama was at risk. In fact, by Sunday the storm was no longer threatening that state, as National Weather Service forecasters charted its courts up along the southeast coast. The message was clear.

CNN's PR department returned with its own irreverent response to Grisham.
As President Trump continues to insist that he was right to say in a tweet that Alabama was in Hurricane Dorian's path, his press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, lashed out at CNN for one of its mistakes.
On Thursday he again tweeted messages and maps of the threat that the state once faced — although that was last week.

You all should try it sometime." And now we are admitting it. Yes, we made a mistake (which we fixed in less than 30 seconds). "Thanks, Stephanie.
She tweeted out a screenshot of a CNN-created map that identified Alabama as Mississippi.
geography?" she wrote on Twitter. "Hi @CNN, I know you guys are busy analyzing lines on a map, but perhaps you use your time to study up on U.S.
Trump continued to insist that he was correct, even after displaying a doctored weather map in which someone used a Sharpie to extend the hurricane's path into Alabama.
The Fake News Media was not!" "I was with you all the way Alabama.

Tropical Storm Gordon Shuts Down New Orleans Film & TV Productions: “Safety Is First”

Film and TV productions in New Orleans are shutting down early as Tropical Storm Gordon bears down on the Gulf Coast. “We’re all being cautious and keeping an eye on it,” said Cory Parker, business agent of IATSE Local 478 in the Big Easy, whose offices are still open at this time.
We’ve been through this before.” Safety is first. Two productions, he said, “chose to shut their doors for the next two days, and one production went home early. Everybody’s taking precautions.
Still, tropical storm, storm-surge and flash-flood warnings are in effect through early Wednesday night for the Crescent City with "potential threat to life and property," the National Weather Service said today.” />
But Parker noted that Mississippi, where the local has members, already is being hit by high winds and heavy rain, but there aren’t any productions going on there at the present time. New Orleans isn’t expected to take the brunt of the storm, but “we’re expecting heavy rains and some loss of electricity,” he said.