FEMA can't stay in Puerto Rico forever

Dozens of people rallied in New York last week to demand the Donald Trump administration do more to help Puerto Rico

Dozens of people rallied in New York last week to demand the Donald Trump administration do more to help Puerto Rico

"We can not keep FEMA, the Military & the First Responders, who have been unbelievable (under the most hard circumstances) in P.R. forever!" he continued. He picked a fight with the mayor of San Juan that has stirred concerns inside the Republican Party about its relations with Latino voters. He said there is a "total lack of accountability" and "electric and all infrastructure was disaster before hurricanes".

Dozens of people rallied in NY last week to demand the Donald Trump administration do more to help Puerto Rico.

The death toll from preventable illnesses is growing in Puerto Rico as President Trump announced that he would limit aid to the island.

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He added that the island territory's existing debt and infrastructure issues compounded problems.

The decimated infrastructure on Puerto Rico has made deliveries of supplies and aid almost impossible, especially to the smaller towns. "These are great people".

Trump has been roundly criticized for his administration's response to Hurricane Maria, which devastated much of Puerto Rico. Though its citizens can move freely throughout the country and serve in the United States military, they cannot vote and have little ability to sway policies that affect them. "And we will be there every day until that happens".

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FEMA came under fire for removing statics about how many Puerto Ricans lacked access to electricity and safe drinking water from its website.

MSNBC's Joe Scarborough just noted that Trump is treating Puerto Rico because "these are people who do not look like him".

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