JUST IN: Trump Releases Bizarre PSA You Have To See To Believe (DETAILS)

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Hurricane season is in full swing, so it isn’t surprising that President Trump is talking about it. However, Trump never fails to make it all about him, no matter the topic. This time, he made a PSA  about Hurricane Harvey, which is currently on its way towards the Gulf Coast.

Trump tweeted this hilarious video montage of himself, trying to make himself look like the greatest man to have ever walked the face of the earth:

In his video, a quote scrolls across the screen saying:

‘With Hurricane Harvey approaching landfall, remember – the U.S.A s is the most resilent nation on earth, beacuse we PLAN AHEAD. Preparedness is an investment in our future! – President Donald J. Trump.’

Many people responded cleverly to his attempt to look good.

https://twitter.com/Ivegotyoureback/status/900812018717818885

https://twitter.com/DieLaughing/status/900803142476083200

“Die Laughing” is completely right — Trump is our greatest disaster as a nation. Even before giving a speech about the events in Charlottesville, Trump had to use it as an opportunity to boost his ego by priding himself on the economy. He finds every opportunity possible to inflate himself. He said that the mother of Heather Heyer, the woman who was killed when a car plowed into a crowd of counter-protesters in Charlottesville, said “the nicest things” to him on Twitter.

The New Republic cited the Trump administration’s lack of preparedness in an article published on Thursday. According to The New Republic:

‘The only thing more unpredictable than this storm is the president.’

Emily Atkin writes:

‘There are also good reasons why everyone is talking about this storm (except, of course, President Trump, who until Thursday afternoon was busy tweeting memes)’

Hurricane Harvey will be the first major hurricane since 2005 to make landfall in the U.S. Typically, hurricanes only bring either heavy, persistent rainfall or strong, violent winds and storm surge. However, climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon says that this storm may be characterized by both. The unique wind patterns could prevent the hurricane from moving out of the region quickly. This may make for a more complex storm.

Even though Hurricane Harvey is currently assessed as a Category 1, it is expected to become a Category 3 by the time it reaches landfall along the Texas coast overnight on Friday or early Saturday morning. It could create a massive amount of flooding and damage.

Image is a screenshot from President Trump’s PSA via Twitter.