MSNBC invites Bush's FEMA director during Katrina to discuss how Trump should respond to hurricanes

From the August 25 edition of MSNBC's MTP Daily:

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CHUCK TODD (HOST): Joining me now is Michael Brown, he's a former FEMA administrator during Hurricane Katrina. Mr. Brown, thanks for coming on.  

MICHAEL BROWN: My pleasure Chuck, good to see you.

TODD: Nice to see you. Look for better or for worse you became, a phase became -- I guess lives in infamy with you with President [George W.] Bush. You wrote an op-ed today I think a lot of people should read. Basically urging President Trump, I guess you're trying to have him not make the same mistakes President Bush did.


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