1. UPSOUND: President Trump holding up a Hurricane Dorian map in the Oval Office earlier that appears to have black sharpie circling Alabama
"It was going to be hitting directly, and that would have affected a lot of other states. But that was the original chart. And you see it was going to hit not only Florida but Georgia, it could have, was going toward the Gulf. That was what we, what was originally projected."
2. UPSOUND: Wide shot of Donald Trump in the Roosevelt Room as reporter asks question:
"(Reporter: Mr. President, you showed us a map earlier of the initial forecast. It appeared to have been I guess edited or something to include Alabama. Can you explain how that change was made?)
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, US President:
"No, I just know, I know that Alabama was in the original forecast. They thought it would get it, as a piece of it. It was supposed to go, actually we have a better map than that which is going to be presented, where we had many lines going directly, many models each line being a model and they were going directly through and in all cases, Alabama was hit if not lightly, in some cases pretty hard. Georgia, Alabama, it was a different route. They actually gave that a 95 percent chance probability. It turned out that that was not what happened. It made the right turn up the coast. But Alabama was hit very hard and it was going to be hit very hard along with Georgia. But under the current, they won't be. Georgia will be possibly, we're going to see. We're right, we're right at that point right now. But I think Georgia is going to be in great shape. Everyone's going to be in great shape because we're going to take care of it regardless, regardless. But the original path was through Florida, that was probably three days, I think that's probably three or four days old. The original path that most people thought it was going to be taking, as you know, is right through Florida where on the right would have been Georgia Alabama, et cetera.
(Reporter: That map that you held up today looked like it had a sharpie...)
I don't know. I don't know."
4. STILL photo of the altered National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) map
President Donald Trump raised eyebrows Wednesday when he held up what appeared to be an altered hurricane map in the Oval Office.
It was a map of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecast for last Thursday showing Dorian could track over Florida. But it also included what appeared to be a hand-drawn half-circle that extended the cone of uncertainty over a swath of Alabama.
The move followed days of claims by Trump that Alabama faced a serious threat from Hurricane Dorian.
Asked about the potentially altered map at a later event in the Roosevelt Room, Trump insisted he didn't know anything about it and had no explanation for who altered the map.
But he maintained once again that "Alabama was in the original forecast."
"Actually, we have a better map than that which is going to be presented, where we had many lines going directly, many models," Trump said, adding, "in all cases, Alabama was hit."
Forecasts from overnight last Friday showed a small sliver of Alabama at the edge of the five-day cone of uncertainty. But by Saturday morning, more than 24 hours before Trump's first warning about Alabama, the storm was predicted to pose no threat to the state. Trump was getting multiple daily briefings about the storm.