President Trump’s cringe-worthy paper towel throwing gesticulate to Puerto Ricans

Her comments referred to remarks Trump done during a assembly with internal and sovereign officials Tuesday, when he claimed Puerto Rico had thrown a USA bill “out of whack” and compared a extinction caused by Hurricane Maria to Hurricane Katrina, that he called “a genuine catastrophe”. And many residents are still in need of food, water, fuel and other supplies.

“They had 72 billion in debt before a hurricanes strike and they had a energy plant that didn’t work before a whirly so we’re going to assistance them, we’re going do something and were going to get it behind on a feet”, a boss told Rivera.

Media caption’Why did it take 9 days for assistance to arrive?’

Then-Republican claimant Trump called Democratic claimant Hillary Clinton a “nasty woman” during a final presidential discuss in Oct 2016. “Well we know what, they’re dying”.

At slightest 16 people have died as a outcome of a storm, according to CNN.

So far, 34 people have died in Maria’s aftermath, compared to a 1,800 or so that perished after Hurricane Katrina, quite after levees pennyless and flooded New Orleans. Virgin Islands will “probably” transport to Puerto Rico to accommodate with him.

President Donald Trump has described his revisit to Puerto Rico as “lovely”, observant he usually listened praises from residents.

The President was also filmed tossing out paper towels to a throng of people as he visited locals in a community of Gauynabo on Tuesday.

In further to vocalization in Puerto Rico, Trump threw out paper towels to crowds during a church on a island and also handed out flashlights to a crowd.

The president, who has been criticized for his delayed response in assisting those influenced by Hurricane Maria, was “insulting” during his visit, Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz told MSNBC Tuesday night. It’s going to have to be, we can contend goodbye to that.

“I wouldn’t take it word for word”, Mulvaney said, when asked by CNN’s Chris Cuomo either Trump meant to “wipe out” Puerto Rico’s debt.

“Well we know what?”

“Sometimes his character of communication gets in a way”, Cruz pronounced of Trump’s comment. “This is common courtesy”, she said.


For now, a White House suggests some-more effective tactics, such as prayers. They shook hands and spoke briefly. He did not respond.

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