The Heat: Trump visits Puerto Rico plus Las Vegas mass shooting

The Heat: Trump visits Puerto Rico plus Las Vegas mass shooting

The Heat: Trump visits Puerto Rico plus Las Vegas mass shooting

The administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) dismissed the mayor of San Juan's vocal criticism of the Trump administration's Hurricane Maria relief efforts in Puerto Rico. WE NEED WATER!" She later wrote, "Power collapses in San Juan hospital with 2 patients being transferred out. She said FEMA had offered "no response" after a hospital requested aid.

"We filtered out the mayor a long time ago". "We were the only logistics provider that had truck power - albeit limited at the time - available as soon as the U.S. Coast Guard reopened the port in San Juan". "The bottom line is that we are making progress every day in conjunction with the governor". Indeed, more than two weeks after the storm made landfall, 43 percent of the island still lacks water access and more than 88 percent lacks electricity. Late last month, the mayor appeared on television in a black shirt with white letters that read, "HELP US, WE ARE DYING".

Mayor Cruz said the federal government's response has been slow, inadequate, or downright nonexistent.

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President Donald Trump defended his decision to throw paper towels into a crowd of Puerto Rican residents last Tuesday during his trip to the hurricane-ravaged island.

He told Huckabee that Cruz "did a very poor job", adding that "She's not a capable person", he said.

Later, Cruz wore a short emblazoned with the word "NASTY" for an interview with Univision.

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Critics of Trump first started embracing the "nasty" moniker in 2016, when as the Republican presidential nominee he called Democratic rival Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman" during a presidential debate. "And also when I walked in, the cheering was incredible", he said.

"In regards to the power failure, we are restringing a very fragile system everyday", Long explained. Navy press releases confirm the island has received a total of nine critical patients from Puerto Rico hospitals after they experienced power failures.

Long said Monday that some local elected officials will not meet with FEMA officials because of political disputes.

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