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The President speaks to the Fans in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
President Trump on Monday tweeted a dramatic photo of a lightning strike behind the Air Force One shortly before his arrival to a campaign event in North Carolina.
“The outgoing MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina to Fayetteville, North Carolina. This is unbelievable!” the President tweeted.
The photo was first tweeted by CNN policy, supervising producer Steve Brusque, who noted that Trump “had to cancel his planned tour of hurricane Dorian damage due to thunderstorms in Fayetteville, NC.”
“It was a lightning strike behind the Air Force One shortly after he arrived.” Abrupt wrote.
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The President’s visit to North Carolina comes three days after hurricane Dorian landed with maximum sustained winds around 90 mph. Days earlier, it whipped the Bahamas as a category 5 monster hurricane.