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Senators Make Full Court Press To Get Trump To Sign Off On Disaster Relief Bill

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Puerto Rico is running out of food assistance, the Southeast is reeling from hurricanes, and the Midwest is struggling with floods. But according to Politico, that hasn't moved President Donald Trump one bit. Trump received a ring from an unusual caller on Wednesday evening: Alabama's Democratic Sen. Doug Jones. He urged Trump to accept more money for Puerto Rico as a way to unstick a $13 billion disaster aid bill that's stalled in the Senate.

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