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Trump Threatens to Pull FEMA and Military Out of Puerto Rico

President Donald Trump lashed out at Puerto Rico, where 84 percent of the territory remains without power after Hurricane Maria, warning residents on Thursday that he may abandon relief efforts. Trump’s latest attack appeared to blame the Puerto Rican government for laying the groundwork for a difficult recovery.  He also quoted Sharyl Attkinson, a TV […]
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