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President Trump plans to visit Florence-impacted areas next week

President Trump plans to visit Florence-impacted areas next week

"When I left the Island, after the storm had hit, they had anywhere from 6 to 18 deaths", Trump tweeted.

It's unclear why the water was never utilized but Ceiba Mayor Angel Cruz Ramos claims too much water was delivered at the wrong time. "Then, a long time later, they started to report really large numbers, like 3000", Trump tweeted.

While initial death tolls from the hurricane, which hit Puerto Rico on September 16, 2017, were estimated as low as 16, a Puerto Rico government study carried out by George Washington University's Milken Institute School of Public Health in August of this year raised that count to 2,975, as Inquisitr reported. "We see it that way".

I know the latter to be false precisely because I've spoken to numerous people responsible for that and similar studies, all of which came to similar conclusions.

"And I gotta say, man, thank you for helping us". He went down there, he did what he did.

"They hired GWU Research to tell them how many people had died in Puerto Rico (how would they not know this?)", Trump wrote. "But in reality, it is much worse than we could have imagined", the CBS star said to kick off his monologue. Everybody's panicking. It's not easy. But I think this is more than politics.

"We need leaders to fight against Donald Trump", the ad says. He first boasted of the "incredible unsung success" the administration achieved in Puerto Rico, when asked if there were lessons learned from response to that hurricane, as he commemorated the 17th anniversary of the terrorist attack that killed 3K in NYC, Virginia and Pennsylvania.

Cora led a delegation of Red Sox players and staff to the island to distribute aid in the aftermath of the storm.




General view of a flooded street in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on September 23, 2017. He added that it shouldn't be a political issue. He said it was "about human beings".

"The people of Puerto Rico know the American government failed them", Velasquez said.

George Washington University researchers stood by their study, responding to Trump's tweet by saying the study was carried out "with complete independence and freedom from any kind of interference".

But unlike the millions of Puerto Ricans who either couldn't physically leave the island or didn't have the resources to do so, I was able to get the help I needed back in the mainland.

"We're not where we were".

"For me, what's important is that your families have the best opportunities", he said.

"I don't know who picked the number 3,000", Graham said. What's the point, honestly? Cora told reporters. "And I respect him".

As the United States braces itself for Hurricane Florence, it seems Trump is still determined to make people believe he did a great job during Hurricane Maria. "The truth is there is a lot of work to do", he said.