FEMA's 'Presidential Alerts' System To Be Tested This Week

Wochit News - September 15, 2018

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will test a system at 2:18pm ET on Thursday afternoon that lets the president send a message to most cell phones across the U.S. following a disaster, terrorist attack, or other serious threat to public safety.

Yes, that means Donald Trump can now put your phone on blast.

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