Everybody in Michigan - and the rest of the US of A - will be getting a text today at 2:19PM, from President Donald Trump. According to CBS News, the president will be taking a break from Twitter to test out the "national presidential alert system" that will allow the president (whoever that is at the time) to text the nation to issue a warning about a nationwide crisis such as a nuclear strike or devastating natural disaster.

Which you would not be aware of, because all news outlets would be busy talking about him at the time of said disaster.

Radio and TV will also broadcast test emergency messages today at 2:20PM. So, "General Hospital" fans - that'll be some extra drama today. You're welcome.

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