President Trump Tweets Puerto Rico Can't Get Aid 'Forever'

President Trump Tweets Puerto Rico Can't Get Aid 'Forever'

President Trump Tweets Puerto Rico Can't Get Aid 'Forever'

President Donald Trump on Thursday suggested his patience for helping fellow Americans in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico is running out and that he faults the US territory's management for its current conditions. He says there is a "total lack of accountability" and "electric and all infrastructure was disaster before hurricanes".

"We can not keep FEMA, the Military (sic), & the First Responders, who have been fantastic (under the most hard circumstances) in P.R. forever!"

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The House is on track to back Trump's request for billions more in disaster aid, $16 billion to pay flood insurance claims and emergency funding to help the cash-strapped government of Puerto Rico stay afloat.

U.S. Army Reservist moves boxes of disaster relief aid in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, on October 6.

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To clarify, that's the president of the United States (1) doubling down on his claim that, really, the commonwealth brought this on itself; (2) suggesting that, despite the fact that almost 90 percent of people are still without power and some may be drinking from Superfund sites because they don't have clean water, the federal government is about ready to wash its hands of the situation; and (3) implying that the people of Puerto Rico are pulling a fast one on him, trying to take advantage to extract more aid than they really need. The vast majority of the island remains without power and a good portion without clean drinking water. That water can be risky to people's health. This is essential to meet the IMMEDIATE and long-term recovery needs of 3.4 million USA citizens on the island. "Make no mistake, the recovery process is only beginning and the path that lays ahead for Puerto Rico is a hard one, but New Yorkers are in this for the long haul". Trump tweeted this morning.

For New York State Senator Terrence Murphy, building the right partnerships to provide relief to those reeling from the ongoing recovery efforts in Puerto Rico have been a main focus. "It is imperative that we continue to do all we can to make sure that vital food, supplies and services get to all of Puerto Rico, including those communities away from the coast that are in dire need".

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Last week, Mr Trump suggested the government debt accumulated by Puerto Rico would have to be wiped out to help it recover from the natural disaster. "These are great people. We want them to be safe, and sound, and secure, and we will be there every day until that happens".

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