Trump Just Attacked The San Juan Mayor In These Disgusting Tweets

Trump Just Attacked The San Juan Mayor In These Disgusting Tweets

Trump Just Attacked The San Juan Mayor In These Disgusting Tweets

"In the face of pointed criticism from the mayor and other Puerto Rican officials, Trump unleashed a series of tweets Saturday morning, saying ".Such poor leadership ability by the Mayor of San Juan, and others in Puerto Rico, who are not able to get their workers to help.

In response to Trump writing that the people of Puerto Rico should "not believe the #FakeNews" when it comes to accurate reporting on the humanitarian crisis in their home country following the devastation of Hurricane Maria, Kardashian wrote, "They don't have power to watch the news!"

Rossello remains in good standing with Trump, earning plaudits in the president's tweets, while Cruz came under sustained fire from other Washington officials.

Yet even in voicing solidarity and sympathy with Puerto Rico, he drew attention again to the island's pre-hurricane debt burden and infrastructure woes, leaving doubt how far Washington will go to make the US territory whole.

"I invite you to reflect on the reality that even after the storm hit Puerto Rico, even when it was evident that it was a disaster in the United States, only half of our US citizens on the mainland knew that Puerto Ricans were USA citizens", he said.

In 2012, she was elected the San Juan's third female mayor.

“We have done a great job with the nearly impossible situation in Puerto Rico.

"The people who are the best in this are the US military". "Doing everything we can to help great people of PR!"

"Every minute we spend in the political realm bickering with one another over who's doing what, or who's wrong, or who didn't do right is a minute of energy and time that we're not spending trying to get the response right", Rubio told CBS.


Cruz later begged on television for additional help, as she cried out, "I am begging, begging, anyone who can hear us to save us from dying".

Miranda was hitting Trump for his attacks on San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz for her handling of the hurricane recovery efforts.

Trump spent much Saturday attacking Cruz on Twitter, accusing her of "poor leadership" and of coordinating with Democrats to push "fake news" about his administration's disaster response. And the USA military is working with Puerto Rican officials and the island's National Guard to reach those still cut off.

"She has been there once", Long said.

Trump previously made headlines when he described the logistical difficulties of helping Puerto Rico by saying it was "an island, surrounded by water, big water, ocean water".

The Broadway star, whose parents moved to NY from Puerto Rico, said he is working on a new song to raise for disaster relief. "You just did this for white people twice".

'Before we start the show, let's all take a knee, ladies and gentleman, 'the HBO late-night host said. Workers and volunteers have worked throughout the week to get relief supplies from cargo ships in San Juan's port to families throughout the island.

Mr. Trump temporarily waived the Jones Act earlier this week to ease the delivery of aid by sea to Puerto Rico.

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