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President Trump on Thursday warned that this administration's response to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico can not last "forever". For Trump, the presidency is a chance to make money and stroke his ego. "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".

"When things are at their worst, New Yorkers are at their best and this state has proved that once again with the overwhelming generosity that has been shown for our brothers and sisters in Puerto Rico struggling to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Maria", Governor Cuomo said. Electric and all infrastructure was disaster before hurricanes.

"Congress to decide how much to spend..."

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"Congress to decide how much to spend.We can not keep FEMA, the Military & the First Responders, who have been awesome (under the most hard circumstances) in P.R. forever!" The House is set to vote Thursday on an aid package that includes roughly $5 billion for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands-structured, reportedly at Trump's request, as a loan. Donald Trump is trying to downplay the damage done by the hurricanes. When the American people need a leader after a national tragedy or national disaster, Trump will never be there. "You can be very proud of all your people".

The Trump failure in Puerto Rico was easy to see coming going back years.

"'Puerto Rico survived the Hurricanes, now a financial crisis looms largely of their own making, ' says Sharyl Attkisson", Trump tweeted. For decades the outdated and anticompetitive requirements of this law have led to higher shipping costs that have negatively impacted the island's economy and will slow down the long-term economic recovery if reinstated.

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