No, it doesn't mean you've won a campaign promotion -- or that he wants to know what you think about an issue.
It's a test of the national alert system that will let any president reach out to people across the country in the event of an emergency.
It is scheduled to come through on smart phones some time after
The message to be delivered: "THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed."
The goal the Wireless Emergency Alerts is to be able to reach out to the public through cell phones about critical situations.
Cell phone users have the ability to opt out of certain types of emergency alerts, such as weather notifications and Amber Alerts. But that's not an option on presidential alerts.
This will be the first national Wireless Emergency Alert, according to
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