Dorian’s heavy rains and 90 mph winds made one last slap at Canada on Sunday before the storm headed out to sea, where it’s finally expected to fizzle out by Tuesday.
The former hurricane lashed Nova Scotia, leaving 80 percent of the province without power as electrical lines and trees were uprooted throughout the weekend, according to reports.
More than 500,000 utility customers lost power during the storm and more than 400,000 were without electricity late Sunday.
Ms. Campbell must have been crushed when Dorian bypassed Trump Palace, but perhaps she’ll be content to freeze in the dark herself. Close enough.
As Hurricane Dorian is predicted to hit Florida by Labor Day, the former prime minister of Canada cheered the fact that President Trump's golf resort at Mar-a-Lago appears to be in its path.
Kim Campbell, who served as the 19th Canadian prime minister for less than five months in 1993, tweeted that she is "rooting" for Trump's favorite getaway destination to take a direct hit.
I’m rooting for a direct hit on Mar a Lago! https://t.co/cA14KQvjpC
— Kim Campbell (@AKimCampbell) August 28, 2019