Murphy defends ‘loud and clear’ warnings issued for New Jersey ahead of deadly storms

People try to reach the other side of a partially flooded road Thursday in Somerville, N.J. | Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/AP Photo

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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Sunday that his administration “screamed loud and clear” ahead of last week’s unprecedented and deadly rainstorms, but acknowledged the state needs to “sharpen” its warnings.

The comments, during an appearance on CBS’ “Face the Nation,” came as the governor faces questions about whether his administration gave forceful advanced warning about the danger of flash floods that were expected from the remnants of

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