Donald Trump doesn't just have the best words, people.
He also has the best weather forecasts.
On Wednesday, with a massive hurricane named Florence bearing down on the United States (specifically South Carolina and North Carolina), the President spoke to reporters from the Oval Office.
The Commander-in-Chief wanted to make it clear that this is a dangerous storm and so he warned residents of the aforementioned states to evacuate as soon as possible.
Because the impending storm s "tremendously big and tremendously wet."
Even better/more hilarious/nausea-inducing?
The way Trump emphasized the word wet, as if he was making a surprising and profound point.
Check out the video featured on this page to see what we mean.
On Wednesday night, Hurricane Florence was downgraded to a Category 2 storm, yet it is still considered an extremely dangerous event that could hit the East Coast with an historic surge.
And Trump seems... excited about this prospect.
He's been using it all week to brag about FEMA and the readiness of the federal government to handle such a gigantic hurricane.
"We are completely ready for hurricane Florence, as the storm gets even larger and more powerful. Be careful!" Tweeted Trump a couple hours ago.
"Hurricane Florence is looking even bigger than anticipated. It will be arriving soon. FEMA, First Responders and Law Enforcement are supplied and ready. Be safe!" he wrote before that.
There was also the time this week when he conjured up a grade for his administration and also insulted an American territory:
"We got A Pluses for our recent hurricane work in Texas and Florida (and did an unappreciated great job in Puerto Rico, even though an inaccessible island with very poor electricity and a totally incompetent Mayor of San Juan).
"We are ready for the big one that is coming!"
This is our President, ladies and gentlemen.