"77 other towns that are waiting. Fastest golf cart you ever took".
However, after a week of growing criticism, the president's patience appears to be waning. Her comments seemed meant to correct the record after acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke claimed Thursday afternoon that a "limited number of deaths that have taken place", and overall, Puerto Rico was "a good news story".
"I don't know where that support's coming from or when it's coming, but they do need it now", Watt said.
"I respectfully disagree with President Trump and I am sure that he is not getting the data that we are seeing in the streets". He said the damage from Hurricanes Maria and Irma caused so much destruction and left rural hamlets and villages virtually isolated, throwing a knockout punch at the island's 3.5 million residents.
"This is, damn it, this is not a good news story", Yulín Cruz told CNN. "When you're drinking from a creek, it's not a good news story".
PRSA will be collecting things such as nonperishable food, hygiene products, batteries, diapers, baby food, first-aid kits, laundry detergents, baby wipes, etc.
Cruz, however, called that statement "irresponsible". This is a people are dying story. "This is a life or death story", she added. This is "there's a truckload of stuff that can not be taken to people" story. "Where is there good news here?"
Spieth has 'plenty in the tank' for Presidents Cup
Mickelson has proved to be a very solid captain's pick, as he too made some clutch putts during the first two days. This is going to be a tough team to beat. "I'll have plenty in the tank", said the Open champion.
"It is a collaborative effort between Luis and Caesars Entertainment and all of the guests will have the opportunity to make a direct donation to the Red Cross on behalf of the relief effort", Caesar's Entertainment Regional President Kevin Ortzman said.
The "Help Is On The Way Puerto Rico" concert and dinner is scheduled for October 15 from Noon to 5 pm at the Crystal Ballroom and will be open to all ages.
This is while José Meléndez, a member of Puerto Rico's House of Representatives, was cited in the report as underlining that the federal employees sent to the island to help "are there to impress the media and are not helping relief efforts in rural areas".
We've seen the videos of shipping containers sitting at the port on the island.
That's a lament that has been heard across Puerto Rico in the week since Maria roared through and has Trump administration critics comparing the slow response to the botched response following Hurricane Katrina.
Wilson Hernandez and his family rebuild their house destroyed by Hurricane Maria in the neigborhood of Acerolas in Toa Alto, Puerto Rico, on September 26, 2017. "Big decisions will have to be made as to the cost of its rebuilding", the President said on Twitter.
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