After Trump Reaction Public Pushing White Residence On Puerto Rico Disaster

To say the White House has been slow to respond to the massive humanitarian crisis happening in Puerto Rico right now is an understatement.
A law student in Florida got 500,000 signatures on a letter asking Trump to waive restrictions on ships delivering goods to Puerto Rico.
Trump temporarily waived the Jones Act, a 97-year-old law that makes it expensive to ship goods from the mainland to Puerto Rico.
“People should keep putting pressure on their elected officials to make sure Puerto Rico is not forgotten,” said Rick Trilsch, who created a petition asking the military to send the USNS Comfort to Puerto Rico.
Meanwhile, President Trump has authorized only the minimal response to help the US territory through the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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