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Trump Visits Puerto Rico Where Devastation Still Rampant


On Tuesday, President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump's planned visit to Puerto Rico has been preceded by escalating criticism that his administration has responded too slowly to devastation caused by hurricane Maria. According to Governow Ricardo Rossello at a news conference on Monday, only about a quarter of Puerto Rican households are expected to regain power by next month and still about half currently have no running water. Cell-phone communications also remain an issue, with mobile service available to only about one third of the island.

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