After staying silent for days following Hurricane Maria's utter devastation of Puerto Rico, Donald Trump's initial instinct was to blame the island for its problems, remind the USA territory that it owes Wall Street a lot of money, and attack the Mayor of San Juan for stating, factually, that more aid was necessary. Should we use all available resources to actually save Puerto Ricans where possible, or move on to other crises, real, imagined or engineered?
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. In addition, at the request of Governor Ricardo Rosselló, Governor Cuomo readied teams of more than 100 medical personnel who are prepared to deploy to Puerto Rico.
Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services Commissioner Roger L. Parrino said, "I am witnessing first-hand the devastation and destruction facing the people of Puerto Rico. "They. want everything to be done for them when it should be a community effort".
U.S. Army Reservist moves boxes of disaster relief aid in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, on October 6. "These are great people".
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"This is a humanitarian crisis and we need Congress and the federal government to act immediately", organizers write, saying "we are the voice in the mainland of our family and friends suffering on the island". "And we will be there every day until that happens".
"Sixteen people versus in the thousands", Trump said.
"My grandfather's mom is in Puerto Rico, and she called my aunt the other day and she said she had no food, she had no water and my grandfather is trying to get her down here now", Hernandez told 22News.
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