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This TV anchor said everyone would die when Hurricane Matthew hit Florida

Out of all the hours of exhaustive Hurricane Matthew coverage, one 20-second clip stands out. A Fox news anchor’s Florida forecast was up a notch from the tone Gov. Rick … Click to Continue »
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