Donald Trump Visits Las Vegas, Praises Bravery Of Mass Shooting Survivors - NDTV

Trump made his comments after visiting patients and speaking with doctors at University Medical Center in Las Vegas in the aftermath of the attack, which killed 58 people and wounded more than 500. World | Reuters | Updated: October 05, 2017 01:28 IST.

Hurricane Maria: Donald Trump's visit adds to Puerto Rico's identity crisis - ABC Online

US President Donald Trump's whirlwind visit to Puerto Rico was supposed to dispel the notion some hurricane victims are more equal than others, but for many on the Caribbean island, it had the opposite effect. Mr Trump's awkward ad-lib praising the ...

US House committee examining barriers to Puerto Rico recovery-official - Reuters

FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump walks past hurricane wreckage as he participates in a walking tour with (L-R) first lady Melania Trump, Guaynabo Mayor Angel Perez Otero, FEMA Administrator Brock Long and Lt. General Jeffrey Buchanan in ...

Puerto Rico: Trump paper towel-throwing 'abominable' - BBC News

The mayor of Puerto Rico's capital, San Juan, has described Donald Trump's visit to the hurricane-hit island as "insulting" and called him a "miscommunicator-in-chief". Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz described his televised meeting with officials as a "PR, ...

Trump is getting terrible marks on his response to Puerto Rico - ThinkProgress

Almost half of Americans disapprove of Trump's handling of the situation, a new poll indicates. E.A. Crunden Twitter Oct 4, 2017, 2:04 pm. SHARE; Facebook · Twitter · Email · SMS · WhatsApp. Share. President Donald Trump tosses paper towels into a ...

SHOCK POLL: Just Over 30 Percent Of Americans Approve Of Trump's Puerto Rico Hurricane Response - The Daily Caller

A poll released Wednesday suggests that Americans disapprove of the way President Donald Trump has handled the disaster relief effort in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico. The poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows that ...

Trump can't magically wipe away Puerto Rico's debt, but his words can make bonds worth a lot less - CNBC

President Donald Trump, who has called himself the "King of Debt," says Puerto Rico's debt should be wiped out, but that's unlikely to happen. Bond strategists say Congress has set a restructuring process in motion and would be unlikely to change it ...

If you don't think you own Puerto Rico debt, you're most likely wrong - CNBC

Individual investors own the bulk of Puerto Rico bonds, according to Cate Long, founder of Puerto Rico Clearinghouse. To see how much exposure you might have, check with your brokers and mutual fund companies. Lorie Konish | @LorieKonish. Published ...

Special Report: the Bankrupt Utility Behind Puerto Rico's Power Crisis - U.S. News & World Report

FILE PHOTO: The power station Central Palo Seco of Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) is seen on the outskirts of San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 30, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez-Hernandez/File PHoto Reuters. By Nick Brown, Robin Respaut and ...

Dramatic NASA Satellite Maps Reveal Power Outage in Puerto Rico - Inverse

Because a loss of electricity is a threat to public health and can hinder relief efforts, NASA has released high-quality satellite maps to guide members of the National Guard and FEMA in focusing their efforts — and reveal the extraordinary extent of ...

CNN's Jim Acosta calls Trump's behavior on his Puerto Rico trip exactly what it was - Salon

CNN senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta did not hold back in assessing the train wreck that was President Donald Trump's visit to Puerto Rico. “It seems when the teleprompter is off, often the wheels come off, and we saw that happen earlier ...

'People are eating dog food': Reporter gives harrowing account from Puerto Rico - Business Insider

In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, the situation in Puerto Rico has become so dire that some people are eating dog food, according to one journalist's account. CNN correspondent Leyla Santiago, reporting from Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, said she spoke to ...

Stephen Colbert refers to Trump as the second disaster to hit Puerto Rico - National Post

On Tuesday night's episode of The Late Show, Stephen Colbert went all in on President Donald Trump and his much talked about visit to Puerto Rico. “Thirteen days after Hurricane Maria, yet another disaster struck Puerto Rico. Donald Trump visited the ...

A tale of two Puerto Ricos: What Trump saw — and what he didn't - Washington Post

CAGUAS, Puerto Rico — The Puerto Rico that President Trump saw during his four-hour visit on Tuesday afternoon was that of Angel Pérez Otero, the mayor of Guaynabo, a wealthy San Juan suburb known for its amenity-driven gated communities that was ...

'There Are No Natural Disasters': A Conversation With Jacob Remes - Pacific Standard

The U.S. Naval Hospital Ship Comfort in the Port of San Juan, arriving on October 3rd, 2017, after Hurricane Maria swept through the island of Puerto Rico. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images). Whose fault is the crisis in Puerto Rico? A lot of people are ...

Trump to request $29 bln for storm-hit Puerto Rico - Digital Journal

US President Donald Trump will ask Congress for a bumper $29 billion package of emergency relief for Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria, officials told AFP Wednesday. Trump will request a package that includes $12.77 in disaster relief and a ...

Video: Stephen Colbert Deeply Disturbed By Trump 'Trumpsplaining' To Puerto Ricans - Gothamist

"Thirteen days after Hurricane Maria, yet another disaster struck Puerto Rico: Donald Trump visited the island," Stephen Colbert said to start his show last night. If Trump's behavior shocked CNN's Chris Cillizza, you can only imagine what Colbert's ...

Dems baffled by Trump's Puerto Rico debt comments - The Hill

That's the question the Democrats are asking Wednesday, after the president suggested hours before that he'd support loan forgiveness for the embattled U.S. territory as it struggles to recover from the widespread devastation caused by Hurricane Maria.

Mulvaney quickly walks back Trump vow to wipe out Puerto Rico debt - Philly.com

White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney had to walk back President Donald Trump's remarks saying that Puerto Rico's $70 billion debt would be wiped out. by Damian Paletta, Washington Post. President Donald Trump's vow Tuesday to wipe out Puerto ...

Trump heads to Las Vegas in aftermath of tragedy - KESQ

LAS VEGAS (CNN) - President Donald Trump, hours after visiting Puerto Rico to survey the damage wrought by Hurricane Maria, returns to the role of comforter-in-chief when he visits Las Vegas on Wednesday, days after the deadliest shooting in modern ...