President Trump on Wednesday doubled down on his administration's response to Hurricane Maria that slammed into Puerto Rico previous year leaving almost 3,000 people dead - and lashed out at the mayor of San Juan who has been a critic of the effort as "incompetent".
But after visiting the island last September, Trump said that Puerto Ricans were fortunate that the storm did not yield a catastrophe akin to the havoc wreaked by Hurricane Katrina along the Gulf Coast.
The president has consistently applauded the Maria response, even as the estimates of deaths in Puerto Rico caused by the storm have climbed from 64 to 2,975 people, making it the deadliest hurricane to hit America in more than a century. "When I left the Island, AFTER the storm had hit, they had anywhere from 6 to 18 deaths". "Then, a long time later, they started to report really large numbers, like 3000".
Earlier this week, after Mr Trump hailed the United States response in Puerto Rico as "tremendous" and "an incredible, unsung success".
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Of course, the 2,975-person death toll from Hurricane Maria was not a Democratic ploy to hurt Trump.
The findings were embraced by the government of Puerto Rico as the study was released.
Where does the official death toll come from?The new report looks at how power outages and medical infrastructure also impacted lives and led to deaths on the stricken island.
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Last May, Harvard University public health researchers estimated the death toll was even higher.
After going on to talk about Puerto Rico barely getting by now right now, Joey Crack went on to pray for those in the path of Hurricane Florence and hopes the US government will do a better job with this relief effort.
"Only Donald Trump could see the tragedy in Puerto Rico and conclude that he is the victim", said Sen.
But perhaps worst of all is the fact that Trump is using words like "tremendous" and "success" to describe a response to a storm that ultimately killed nearly 3,000 people, more than the roughly 1,800 killed by Hurricane Katrina and about the same number of people who were killed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
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