President Trump Tweets Puerto Rico Can't Get Aid 'Forever'
Oct 12 2017 by Desiree Burns
U.S. Army Reservist moves boxes of disaster relief aid in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, on October 6.
Despite the 71-year-old's claims Puerto Rico has "survived" the hurricane, 84 per cent of the island is still without electricity, while a third of the population lacks clean drinking water. In partnership with FEMA and the Republican governors of Texas and Florida, the president's response to the hurricanes that hit both those states was overall given two thumbs up. 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!"
Weeks after Maria made landfall, 84 percent of Puerto Ricans don't have power.
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Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. said, "Puerto Rico faces a long and arduous road ahead as they work to rebuild their lives from the ground up after Hurricane Maria left their communities ravaged. That water can be unsafe to people's health. The Fund will invest in disaster relief, sustainable rebuilding, and capacity building for MA nonprofits that will serve the substantial migration of Puerto Ricans to Boston and throughout the Commonwealth that is expected in the months ahead. "FEMA needs to stay until the job is done", Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) tweeted to Trump.
And Puerto Rico was destroyed, decimated, wiped out. Though its citizens can move freely throughout the country and serve in the USA military, they cannot vote and have little ability to sway policies that affect them.
The president has repeatedly called for more help "on a local level" from Puerto Rico and has had an intermittent feud with the San Juan mayor, who also has faced criticism for engaging in political combat when other officials on the island are not. "And we will be there every day until that happens".