Scavino, meanwhile, spent much of Sunday tweeting about the storm from his official government account.
In one tweet, Scavino said he was sharing social media footage of the hurricane with the president and vice president each hour. "Here is Miami International Airpot. STAY SAFE!!" he wrote, linking to footage of a plane moving on a flooded tarmac.
There was just one problem, as Miami airport staff told Scavino directly:
The footage was filmed at Mexico City's airport during a deluge on Aug. 30.
Scavino was absolutely roasted for his blunder on Twitter.
People mocked him for proudly proclaiming he was sharing fake news with the president.