Trump rejects Puerto Rico storm death toll

Trump rejects Puerto Rico storm death toll

Trump rejects Puerto Rico storm death toll

Cora told reporters. "And I respect him".

She says Trump's presidency is "the theater of the absurd every day".

"I think that Puerto Rico was an incredible, unsung success", he said. He added: "Casualties don't make a person look bad". It's about human beings. The study concluded the number of people who died in the months that followed the storm, because of its effects, had been underestimated. "Nineteen percent of our population are elderly". It's old people, just put it that way. From September 2017 to February 2018, 2,975 people died, according to that report.

"The aftereffects, people don't talk about that", he said. He joined team president Sam Kennedy and players Chris Sale, Rick Porcello and Christian Vazquez to hand out medical supplies, water filtration systems and food and water.

Last month, following the release of the report, the White House released a statement from press secretary Sarah Sanders saying the government "has been, and will continue to be, supportive of Governor Rosselló's efforts to ensure a full accountability and transparency of fatalities resulting from last year's hurricanes".

"We hope the people in the path of Hurricane Florence manage to adequately prepare for and recover from the storm - and we urge them to take care of each other now and in the aftermath".

"We left this analysis to the scientists and experts, recognising that there would be many challenges, because we wanted to have a powerful and independent voice to minimise the uncertainty", he said in a video on Facebook.

That number was produced by public health experts at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., in a report commissioned by the US territory's governor, Ricardo Rossello. "This is about a country that really suffered, we still, you see the hurricanes forming now". I don't know. We will never know how many, how many we lost.

Photos have emerged showing 20,000 pallets of bottled water meant for victims still sitting on a runway in Ceiba, Puerto Rico, a year after the storm. It's kind of like he was on trial for littering and said on the stand, 'I only threw my cup out of that window because I was distracted by the homeless man I ran over. He went down there, he did what he did. I hate talking about politics and all of that, but I think this is about more than politics. North Carolina was the first state to receive that support.

DeSantis rode the president's endorsement to victory in the Republican primary for governor and has been one of the president's biggest backers in attacking the FBI and special counsel investigation into Russia-Trump campaign ties during the 2016 election. But we've been battling through it. They don't have a roof. I don't know if it was efficient, it was enough. He said because the base is a restricted zone, he's not able to get there.

"We're better than yesterday".

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