Trump tweets about ‘fake news’ report on Hurricane Harvey

President Donald Trump’s tweets about a report that Hurricane Harvey has been blamed for the death of a Texas woman and that the U.S. should “stay strong” have drawn scrutiny from media outlets and others who have criticized the president for making inflammatory comments.

Trump’s tweets Tuesday came after the Washington Post published an article citing unnamed sources with direct knowledge of the situation in the Houston area and concluding that Harvey caused the death and injuries of a woman and her unborn child.

In the tweets, Trump blasted the media for publishing “fake news,” the Post reported.

“Fake News Media is not reporting on the real story,” Trump wrote.

They do not report on the great work of the Dixie Chicks and the great people that live in our great state of Texas. “

We need real news and not the Fake News Media.

The president’s tweet was a reference to the Post’s report that an unnamed source with direct information on the situation told the paper that Harvey has caused the deaths and injuries.”

Fake News, when it spreads like this, is not good for America, or the world.”

The president’s tweet was a reference to the Post’s report that an unnamed source with direct information on the situation told the paper that Harvey has caused the deaths and injuries.

Trump has been widely criticized for his criticism of the media and his comments during the 2016 presidential campaign about CNN and other news organizations, but the tweets have attracted more scrutiny as they come at a time when Harvey is likely to cause more damage than previously feared.

The Washington Post reported that the unnamed source said that Harvey’s “power surge” caused a “tidal wave” of water that “tossed debris” and caused flooding in areas along the Texas coast.

The source also said that the storm, which is now in its fourth week, was caused by an El Nino event that had occurred in the Pacific Ocean and had pushed a storm surge inland.

Trump, who was elected president last November, has often been critical of the press and has called for a “total and complete shutdown” of the news media as he fights the ongoing investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.N. election.

In response to the Washington Times report, Harvey’s hurricane season advisory has been extended for a second week, while the National Hurricane Center has issued another advisory for Hurricane Harvey in the Gulf of Mexico, where it is forecast to hit later Tuesday.

The National Weather Service issued a flood warning for the Houston-Galveston area and advised residents to evacuate.

The Texas Department of Public Safety said in a tweet that it is advising the public to stay at home while the agency tries to prepare for the potential flooding.

The storm is expected to move inland as it makes its way through Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, the National Weather Services said.