San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz remains one of the most vocal critics of the federal government’s response to Hurricane Maria’s devastation in Puerto Rico.
San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz has again criticised Donald Trump for his response to Hurricane Maria, 100 days after the storm devastated the American island territory. Ms Yulin Cruz, the mayor of Puerto Rico’s capital city, claimed Mr Trump was “disrespectful” to the people of Puerto Rico and the other Americans who came to their aid. Show More Summary
On the 100-day mark since Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, San Juan’s Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz told ABC News that the federal response to the storm was inadequate and blamed President Trump. Said Cruz: “He was disrespectful to the Puerto [...]
One-hundred days after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz on Friday again slammed President Donald Trump’s response to a disaster the president says wasn’t a “real catastrophe,” even though it left at least 64 dead.
Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz spoke out 100 days after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico.
Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz of San Juan, Puerto Rico, talks about the challenges the island is still dealing with months after catastrophic hurricanes, problems made worse by the Trump administration's bungling of the response and the new Republican tax law
Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz of San Juan, Puerto Rico, talks with Joy Reid about the challenges the island is still dealing with months after catastrophic...
It's been just over two months since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, and the island is still undergoing a massive recovery effort. San Juan mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz, who's become a popular spokesperson for the island as she'sShow More Summary
About 50 percent of Puerto Rico still does not have power and the rest of the island still has unstable electricity according to San Juan's Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz, who described the post-Hurricane Maria landscape leaving the island in a "touch and go situation still." Cruz stopped by the studio to share what has been happening in the U.S. Show More Summary
“I hope he’s a better golf player than he is a president, because he surely isn’t a good president."
Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz of San Juan, Puerto Rico, talks with Rachel Maddow about Puerto Ricans putting their lives back together despite the botched storm response, and the damage the new Republican tax will do to the Puerto Rican economy.
by Dan Savage Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz said this on The Rachel Maddow Show last night: "I don't think President Trump realizes it. Many of the Puerto Ricans that are moving to the states, about a hundred thousand in the past few weeks, are going to Florida. Show More Summary
Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz of San Jose, Puerto Rico, talks with Rachel Maddow about Puerto Ricans putting their lives back together despite the botched storm...
The mayor of the Puerto Rican capital San Juan has warned the death toll from Hurricane Maria is far higher than the official figure. Carmen Yulín Cruz said the true number of deaths following the disaster could be as high as 500 rather than the official toll of just 54. Show More Summary
San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz received a boost of confidence when the tv show “The Simpsons” seemed to come to her defense in the feud Donald Trump has waged over the adequacy of the federal government’s disaster response in Puerto Rico. San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz had the...
Moe the bartender and San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz both know what it's like to have paper towels thrown at them. At least, that's the message from The Simpsons, which released a video on Friday night announcing the show had raised...Show More Summary
San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz on Wednesday questioned why Republicans abruptly postponed a House hearing where she was scheduled to testify about the devastating impact of Hurricane Maria on … Click to Continue »
A month after Hurricane Maria, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz is unsatisfied with the president’s response to the disaster.
San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz and the Montana-based energy company tasked with restoring Puerto Rico’s hurricane-ravaged electrical grid engaged in a heated Twitter feud Wednesday.