قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / US / NOAA pulls a backlash after Weather Service Tweet refuting Trump was rejected

NOAA pulls a backlash after Weather Service Tweet refuting Trump was rejected



A statement by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in which President Trump Donald John Trump Pompeo pushed for a possible Senate that is run by the media in Kansas for people with sighted and hearing eyes It is quite clear that MORE comments on the threat of hurricane Dorian in Alabama are being heavily criticized by meteorologists and former officials.

Several former officials have accused the caving authorities of political pressure after the NOAA rejected a one-day National Weather Service (NWS) tweet refuting Trump's claim about the way of the storm.

Trump spent several days defending himself while criticizing the rebound of the media and meteorologists who questioned his claim, noting that numerous projections showed the storm pursuit further east.

David Titley, former Chief Operating Officer of NOAA, bl appreciated NOAA's statement saying it was "perhaps the darkest day ever for leading @noaa".

Moral cowardice, "he tweeted.

Monica Medina, General Counsel of NOAA, tweeted on Friday," As a former NOAA executive, I can say two things for sure ̵

1; no NOAA administrator for whom And I would have stopped if I had been instructed to agree that this BS would go out. "