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Rally For Puerto Rico Planned Wednesday At The Capitol

12 October 2017, 04:22 | Erica Roy

Rally For Puerto Rico Planned Wednesday At The Capitol

Rally For Puerto Rico Planned Wednesday At The Capitol

The president adds: "We can not keep FEMA, the Military & the First Responders, who have been incredible (under the most hard circumstances) in P.R. forever!"

"Puerto Rico survived the Hurricanes, now a financial crisis looms largely of their own making", tweeted Trump, apparently quoting television newscaster Sharyl Attkisson.

And Puerto Rico was destroyed, decimated, wiped out.

"When he went to Puerto Rico today, he tried to humiliate us, in essence", said New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito near the Trump Tower in Manhattan.

The death toll on Puerto Rico has risen to 45 people with more than 100 still unaccounted for, according to Puerto Rico's Department of Public Safety.

He added that the island territory's existing debt and infrastructure issues compounded problems. "They. want everything to be done for them when it should be a community effort".


Almost 90 percent of the people in Puerto Rico had no power as of October 11.

So when the president traveled to Puerto Rico last week to prove the haters and losers decrying his total lack of empathy wrong, it wasn't entirely surprising that his remarks there included more of the same. "These are great people".

President Trump issued a warning Thursday to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, saying the USA territory's infrastructure was a mess before the storm and warning that federal officials can not stay on the island "forever". "We want them to be safe, and sound, and secure, and we will be there every day until that happens".

Donald Trump's least presidential moments so far.

FEMA came under fire for removing statics about how many Puerto Ricans lacked access to electricity and safe drinking water from its website. When the American people need a leader after a national tragedy or national disaster, Trump will never be there.



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