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Full Gaynor: Dorian 'Cone Of Uncertainty,’ Covers ‘Majority Of Florida’ | Meet The Press | NBC News



Acting FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor joins Meet The Press with updates ahead of Hurricane Dorian and warns, “the danger is there” for people from Florida to the Carolinas.» Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC
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Full Gaynor: Dorian ‘Cone Of Uncertainty,’ Covers ‘Majority Of Florida’ | Meet The Press | NBC News

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  1. 'cone of uncertainty' WHO MAKES THIS UP? BUNCH OF DUMMIES

  2. Having known this gentleman for several years and worked with him, he along with his predecessor Brock Long made an outstanding team. The changes in FEMA administration are strong and the leadership is also strong to guide thousands of FEMA workers. Storms still come down to personal responsibilities as no agency should be your keeper. Some may criticize what they don’t know, I on the other hand trust that FEMA will do what it can even under overwhelming odds when a vast majority of our country faces different challenges. These people put their families aside and do the job, not just theorize and play Monday morning quarterbacks as so many have perfected online.

  3. This person has no schooling

  4. Has it got paper towel yet?

  5. The thing to mention about a hurricane that just brushes along the shoreline 10 or 20 miles from the eye is that the shore line is going to experience many hours of hurricane force wind with the addition of extra water being picked up from the sea and dropped on the land. It could be worse than a land fall which generally reduces a storm's intensity.
    p.s. the drawback of an acting position is there can be no impeachment, thus less accountability.

  6. Sorry Chuck; your loaded question did not work! Acting or not; he has full authority. Sorry you missed a chance to criticize the President. Swing and a miss.

  7. This acting administrator is a bad actor.

  8. Chuck Todd is such a corporate hack! How about talking about climate change when interviewing someone at Fema?

  9. Stuttering chuck todd could this clown be more worthless

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